The major plaza in central Lisbon, Portugal.
Fabric factory in downtown Lisbon.
Reflection off bank building.
View of historic Lisbon from St. George castle.
Tree on the grounds of St. George castle.
Flower in garden running along Avenida Da Liberdade in Lisbon.
Poster at university calling for a boycott of US made products.
Sintra, Portugal, a very picturesque town about 12 miles miles north of Lisbon - the summer home of Portugal's kings.
Lighthouse near Sintra at Cabo da Roca - the western-most point in Europe.
Batalha, Portugal, a 15th Century Monestary about 50 miles north of Lisbon.
Archway in the monestary.
One of the workers doing restoration at the monestary.
A hallway at the monestary.
Reflections on the floor from a stained-glass window.
Doorway to the monestary gardens.
Bridge between Batalha and Evora Portugal.
State-run hotel (Pousada) we stayed at in the walled city of Evora. The building used to be a convent.
View of the cathedral through Roman ruins just outside the Pousada in Evora.
Art festival in the Evora's main plaza.
The cathederal of Seville, the third largest church in Europe.
You just gotta see the Flamenco show in Seville.
Shadows in the Alcazar, originally built in the 10th century for the Moorish goveners of Spain.
Ceiling and wall at the Alcazar.
Field of sunflowers between Seville and Gibraltar.
A gorge that the town of Ronda spans; one of the largest "white towns" in Spain
They call this the "new bridge" - it was built in the late 1700's.
See, we were really there.
View of the Rock of Gibrltar from Spain.
One of the many apes on the rock - this one is feeding her baby that is about 12 hours old.
View from the top of the rock - that's our hotel in the lower right-hand corner of the photo.
Wild plants growing near the top of the rock.
Windmills on the road between Gibraltar and Sagres, Portugal.
The Pousada we stayed at in Sagres, Portugal - the most south-western point in Europe.
This is the most south-western point in Europe - it's called Cape of St. Vincent.
I guess the Portugese believe that the Bratwurst originated in America. Did it?
An interior view of the lighthouse at Sarges - seemed to be designed by artist Georgia O'Keefe.
Here's another view of the Cape of St. Vincent.
Ahh, we end the show with the requisite sunset photo.