(Part Two of “When Did the Middle Ages End?” coming shortly! In the meantime…)
Anyone want to play Where in the World is Susan?
These should give you a pretty broad hint…but if you can’t figure it out I’ll post a few more.
(This one is “Where in the World is Susan’s Husband?”)
So what do you think?
ADDENDUM: You guys guessed it! Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. We’re here on a somewhat-delayed wedding anniversary trip. After a few too many wet, grey, muddy, nasty February days in Virginia, we’re loving the wind and the sun–not to mention the food and the scenery.
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Looks a bit like Castillo de San Marcos in St Augustine, FL
Nope, nope, nope…
That has to be the Mediterranean.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico? Reminds me of the pics my friends took there last year…
San Juan, Puerto Rico!
The name of the town means “picture,” as in “pretty as a.” Fresh fish grilled dockside. Windy beaches… one of my favorite cities in the world! Essaouira on the Atlantic coast of Morocco!
My husband’s guess: Puerto Rico.
I vote Greece
I’m thinking the southern coast of Spain, perhaps Cadiz? Moorish influence…
Aw, I was thinking St. Augustine, FL too. Carribean?
El Morro, San Juan Puerto Rico
No way that’s the Mediterranean with waves like that.
That’s Portugal, right?
The buildings in the pic with your husband look like Italy, southern.
At first I wanted to say, “Cape Coast castle,” a thought I retracted when I saw the backs of the buildings in photo #3. And if it were Cape Coast castle, there’d be scads of other people swarming the place. That rounded tower in photo #4 is intriguing and makes me think of Ireland and of Spain simultaneously (the Moorish influence for the latter). Then again, you could be near the White Cliffs of Dover, for all I know, except that the water in that last shot is way too Mediterranean in feel–or is it the Caribbean? And I know nothing about fortresses or holding pens in the Caribbean.
Casablanca? SO beautiful.
Fort Jesus Mombasa Kenya?
El Morro Castle, San Juan, Puerto Rico?
Ha- I was SO wrong!