Travel Location and Currency Quiz

 

 

 

 

Ok, wanderlusters, you know the drill – Where was this photo taken and what currency is used there?  Some 237 steps on a man-made bridge take visitors to a small church which, in some form or another, has graced the peak of this tiny offshore island since the 10th Century.  If you need another hint, the name of this location is “Castle Rock” in the local language.”

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2 Responses to Travel Location and Currency Quiz

  1. Jr says:

    Gaztelugatxe island, Spain
    Euro…
    🙂

    • bradleyjai says:

      !Bai! That’s right… or “San Juan de Gaztelugatxe” in the Bay of Biscay off the Northern Coast of the Basque Country (Northern Spain). This place is just straight out of a dream, and a must-have on your wanderlust list. I enjoyed a nice little picnic in a clearing at the top in a time that pre-dated the Euro and the Spanish were still using Pesetas. Far too many people visit Spain and skip the most amazing places.

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