I was thinking about my upcoming European travel when I decided to take the journey of a lifetime.
With the arrival of the new year, my destination is in Spain and I’ve been itching to see what’s in store for me.
So I’ve already booked my flight to Spain for the beginning of January.
But I was surprised to see that this trip was going to be different.
The city of Gran Canaria is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, and I had always wanted to visit it, so I set my sights on visiting the town of Villarreal.
The next day, I arrived in Gran Canarians capital, Gran Canario, to make a booking for my ticket.
Gran Canaria’s main street is lined with shops selling everything from cheap wine to handcrafted wooden furniture.
In the centre of town is the small village of Santa Rosa.
Santa Rosa is one small town, but it’s full of history.
The village was founded by a Spanish nobleman named José de la Paz (1613-1683).
It’s the only surviving Spanish town and has been called Santa Rosa for generations.
Santa Rosa was founded during the 14th century when a Spanish fort was built in the valley below the town.
Today, Santa Rosa is the home to the largest collection of archaeological sites in Europe.
A large part of the town was destroyed during the Spanish civil war in the 1820s, and during the war the Spanish government demolished many of the buildings and destroyed the town’s churches and palaces.
However, Santa Rosas heritage remains intact, and it’s still a bustling place today, with cafes, restaurants and shops selling food, souvenirs and arts and crafts.
Santa Rosas main streets are lined with colourful stalls selling handmade crafts, jewellery, and other merchandise.
In the centre is a stone church called Santa Rosascolada.
It’s one of only a few surviving churches in the world, dating back to the 16th century.
It was rebuilt and has become a popular pilgrimage site.
If you can’t make it to Santa Rosases church, you can still make it in the small city of San Felipe de la Castellano.
San Felipe is a small town just south of the city of Valladolid, and is located just 40km (25 miles) south of GranCanaria.
You can also take the train from Valladol to San Felipes main station, which is a 15-minute ride from the town centre.
I took the train and went to Santa Rosa to check out the town, and there’s a lot to see and do there.
But I was disappointed when I arrived at Santa Rosario, and had to leave again a few days later due to the high temperature.
There’s a few reasons why the train was delayed, the first one being the weather.
When I arrived, the temperature was -20 degrees Celsius, and the train station was about two hours late.
It’s a little bit colder in winter, but when the train is delayed by a couple of hours, it’s frustrating.
At the same time, the city’s main shopping street was packed with people, and many people had already bought their tickets and were ready to leave.
“I thought it was a bit rude to delay my visit by such a short amount of time, but I think this is a good thing,” said Maria, a tourist from Gran Canarias city of Santa Rosales.
While Santa Rosaria has a few famous landmarks, such as the Santa Cruz castle, the main attractions are the museums and gardens that surround it.
Most of the old town’s famous houses have been demolished and the area is a haven for locals who come to escape the heat.
Another famous attraction is the historic site of Santa Cruz, which was the birthplace of Santa, the Spanish God of the Wind.
After a short visit, I headed back to Santa Cruz and went for a walk through the nearby Santa Rosa Cemetery, where the graves of Santa and his wife were laid to rest.
They were buried in the town square in the centre.
I had never visited Santa Rosarios cemetery, and felt that this would be a nice change of pace.
By this point, I had decided that I wanted to see more of Gran Areias town, so my next stop was Gran Canaris main square.
One of the main streets in Gran Areia is Gran Canarian, a street that has a strong history of its own.
Many of the inhabitants came from Gran Arecia when they were still children.
As Gran Canares history is very much tied to Gran Canaries people, the town has many monuments dedicated to Gran Areians, such like the Gran Canarius and the Gran Calientes statues.
This is the only street in Gran Calente that still