Toledo - Bridge in Toledo, Spain.

Miroslav Petrasko The big 10 or one of the old bridges in Toledo (I couldn't find how it's called). I of course couldn't resist not to go under the bridge to take few shots. The water was really calm that day, giving me this perfect reflection :)

Castillo de Villena, Alicante, Spain

Castillo de Villena, Alicante, Spain- Like that these stone steps are almost like a ramp, look great and easy to climb.

Park Güell, Barcelona, Spain

Parque Güell La escalinata, Calle Olot, Monte del Carmel, Barcelona by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí (opened to public

Bad fried dough sounds like an oxymoron, but there I was, at a trendy New York City restaurant, gazing down at four churros so cold and anemic they could've been parsnips.  What was the magic formula behind those faintly salty, shatteringly crisp teardrops I'd come to love as a teenage exchange student in Spain, and why were they so hard to replicate? Ten years later, back in Madrid, I went on a mission to find out.

Churros con Chocolate: The Breakfast That Binds a Nation