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Madeira, view from Cabo Girao alt 580m looking toward Funchal.

Madeira, view from Cabo Girao alt 580m looking toward Funchal.

Arcos de la Frontera

Arcos de la Frontera

Arcos de la Frontera, view from dining room of Meson DL Corregidor

Arcos de la Frontera, view from dining room of Meson DL Corregidor

Disney's Castaway Cay.  Castaway Cay is a private island in the Bahamas which serves as an exclusive port for the Disney Cruise Line ships Disney Wonder, Disney Magic, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy. It is located near Great Abaco Island and was formerly known as Gorda Cay. In 1997, The Walt Disney Company purchased a 99-year land lease for the cay from the Bahamian government, giving the company substantial control over the guest experience on the island.

Disney's Castaway Cay. Castaway Cay is a private island in the Bahamas which serves as an exclusive port for the Disney Cruise Line ships Disney Wonder, Disney Magic, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy. It is located near Great Abaco Island and was formerly known as Gorda Cay. In 1997, The Walt Disney Company purchased a 99-year land lease for the cay from the Bahamian government, giving the company substantial control over the guest experience on the island.

Arcos de la Frontera, Spain. The Church of San Pedro, perched in a perilous cliffhanger of a position. Arcos de la Frontera is a town in the province of Cádiz in southern Spain. It is located on the eastern bank of the Guadalete river, which flows to the Bay of Cadiz. The town commands a fine vista atop a sandstone ridge, from which the peak of San Cristobal and the Guadalete Valley can be seen. The town gained its name by being the frontier of Spain's 13th century battle with the Moors

Arcos de la Frontera, Spain. The Church of San Pedro, perched in a perilous cliffhanger of a position. Arcos de la Frontera is a town in the province of Cádiz in southern Spain. It is located on the eastern bank of the Guadalete river, which flows to the Bay of Cadiz. The town commands a fine vista atop a sandstone ridge, from which the peak of San Cristobal and the Guadalete Valley can be seen. The town gained its name by being the frontier of Spain's 13th century battle with the Moors

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