Earlier this year, I took a much-needed vacation to Spain with my 2.5 year old. How brave am I? It was surprisingly smooth barring a few tantrums. But then, what’s a toddler without tantrums?
I was extremely inspired by Spain. A common theme I noticed across cities was the juxtaposition of the old with the new. Be it architecture, food or language (Spanish and Catalan). I am doing a series on my travels. See my posts on Madrid with a Toddler and Toledo with a Toddler.
Another thing that really intrigued me was the doors in Spain. I think of doors as a portal to another world. Something about doors always ignites my fantasy and Spain fed that fantasy! With this post I want to showcase pictures of some really unique doors I took on my trip. I hope you enjoy!
This one below was taken in Madrid, on our way to Puerta del Sol.
Doors to delicious Tapas and souvenirs in Madrid.
Now that’s a door I would love to enter 🙂 The churros and coffee were unbelievable!
A gorgeous old door in Toledo.
The entrance to Toledo. Technically a bridge, but an entryway, nevertheless.
A flamenco costume window display in Seville.
One of the many doors in the ancient Mezquita in Cordoba.
The Old (above) and the New (Below). Bro Room in Barcelona.I’m guessing it’s a barber’s shop.
One of the many gorgeous doors to the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
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