Oh how interesting Lois. This must have been fun to explore!Love Di ♥
Thanks for sharing a little bit of history.
A really neat place. That antique pistol really caught my eye!
Ohhhhhhhhhhh, how I'd love to have been there in person. What a fabulous historical monument/fort.Thank you so much for sharing your excellent photos with us.
i'm glad they warn people not to climb on the old walls. neat to see!
Very VERY nice, Lois.
Fascinating place and such great photos, thanks Linda.
They built that thing against the British, well, I don't blame them.
Just as I remembered it! Need to visit there again sometime.
Oh wow, those are real heavy duty concrete walls, meant for protection and all. I've always this feeling being melancholic when visiting places like this. I guess it's the aura that's left of the place.
This place looks huge, Lois. We've visited a few places similar to this one and I can't say that I've enjoyed all the legwork, especially in warmer temps.
I like visiting historic sites like this.Let's see if I have it right: You live on a cruise ship for much of the year and train dogs. Do they let dogs live there too? Something doesn't compute here . . .
fascinating! i have never seen any pictures from this...my kids would love it!! thanks!
Hi Everyone,Yes, this is a photographer's paradise. The views of the ocean, the castillo, the people in costume are all terrific.Jack, I have to laugh! Don't you know I have a twin? Er, uh, a daughter? She does all of the dog training while we are at sea. ;)Thanks, everyone, for stopping by.All the best,Lois
Hey, have you ever been to the Museum of the Appalachia...I almost think you have. But if not, you guys might like to go by on one of your trips...http://museumofappalachia.com/
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