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Christopher Columbus Tour - CCC1702

Thursday, October, 19nd, 2017 | Dieter Arnoth / Björn / Pierre Baumgärtner | Europe

Riding Day 9 - Cordoba- Malaga

Picnic time at Malaga Mountains
..the last evening

Riding Day 8 - Zafra-Cordoba

Hotel view down to Cordoba
Worldtourer T-shirt for Mario and Felix

Riding Day 7 - Lisboa-Zafra

leaving Lisboa
Castle in Zafra

Riding Day 5: Santiago do Cacem to Lisboa

Crossing the ferry to Setobal
on the way to Lisboa

Riding Day 4: Faro to Santiago do Cacem

First stop in Monchinque
The Cabo de Sao Vincente is covered by clouds
The beautiful Algarve coastline
Picnic spot

Riding Day 3: Sevilla to Faro

The Columbus statue in Huelva
Enjoying the Spanish national dish (Paella) for lunch!
Arrival in Faro

Riding Day 2: Around Sevilla

Departure for the ride
Riding in the Sierra Norte national park
La Real Maestranza - Place of the Toros
Real Alcazar - the Kings Castle for Centuries
The biggest gothic Cathedral in the world and the tower"Giralda"
The tomb of Christopher Columbus
View from the tower to Sevilla
Bodega Bars - the home of great Tapas
The Monument for Don Juan
The old town of Sevilla with the bars
Evening scenery

Riding Day 1: Malaga to Sevilla

first daily briefing
getting ready
let´s roll
Ronda
Spectacular mountain pass view
Scenic patterns on the way to Sevilla
Night view from hotel roof bar down to Sevilla

Arrival Day Malaga

All Bikes arrived safely Malaga and waiting for their 20  riders to come. 30° C blue sky so all seems to be prepared for the upcoming adventure.

Welcome briefing
Evening in Malaga

Transport

Pierre and Dieter during a Coffee stop n Valdepeñas
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Jacquie Kerr
Sunday, October, 15nd, 2017 at 22:03

We had a wonderful trip!! Thanks to the tour guides and our new friends! Love the pictures you have shared. Hugs from Canada!!
Donna Duncalf
Sunday, October, 15nd, 2017 at 11:37

Great job on the blog Dieter! Some great pictures and great memories!
Claudia Wenhart
Friday, October, 6nd, 2017 at 19:37

Hey Ihr drei,
das sieht ja super aus... perfekt aufgereiht die Bikes.
Wünsch Euch ne tolle Tour und schickt mal a bisserl Sonne in den Norden, hier ist es grausig.
Liebe Grüße
Claudi
Dieter Arnoth
Friday, October, 6nd, 2017 at 23:23

Hallo Claudia,

gerne kannst du etwas von unsere Sonne haben - du kennst ja unsere Route genau - wir hatten heute 37` Grad bei der Ankunft in Sevilla und die Nächte durchgehend bei 20´ - Südspanien ist schon Extraklasse um den Sommer einfach mal kurz zu verlängern - scho schee wenn ich an München bei 7´´ Grad und Regen denke... lg Dieter

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