Cartagena, Spain

We decided to forego agendas and wandered Cartagena aimlessly on foot. The city dates back to 100 A.D., and thanks to its Mediterranean location, it has been inhabited by many
different cultures, who have all left their mark during its tumultuous history.
It’s interesting to see ancient Roman and Spanish buildings surrounded by palm trees.

We spent the day lurking in doors, checking out the revitalization of this port city, and enjoying it leisurely.

Author: emnye

I'm an abysmal golfer. My blog is my object of rumination. I like to carry my heart to new places, fill it with as much awe and wonder as it can hold and and let it overflow onto the pages.

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