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Mel Fisher Maritime Museum

During the 1500s to the late 1600s, Spaniards would collect gold, silver, jewels, and rare spices from the Caribbean islands and the South and Central Americas. 306 palabras más


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Atocha, Madrid

Explored 24-08-2015

By fernando_gm

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Buenisimo, Celebrating 30 years of Marriage - Day 3 & Day 4

…And so our journey continues.  By necessity our bodies adjust to Spain’s time zone but not until day 4.  We grossly oversleep the morning of our first full day in Spain…. 2.027 palabras más


Treasure Hunting: Documenting the Continuing Odyssey of the World’s Most Famous Treasure Hunters

   Adventure seekers have a different genome than most of their fellow human beings. They are programmed “to go where no one has gone before,” as Gene Roddenberry recognized in his… 522 palabras más


The Coolest Bathroom Ever!

Our fourth day in Madrid, we decided to take a day trip to Toledo. There are two train stations in Madrid. Chamartin is in northern Madrid and handles all traffic heading to the north of Spain. 877 palabras más


Mahou Negra, Madrid, Spain

We spent our day walking from Atocha train station through the Parque de Madrid. This garden used to be the royal gardens of Spain. The wife and I agree this tops all the other beautiful parks we’ve seen for size and beauty. 122 palabras más


The Dreamweaver

Weller, Bob “Frogfoot”

ISBN/ISSN: 0962835978
Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Mel Fisher, Atocha, 1622 Fleet, Santa Margarita, 1715 Fleet
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″ 129 palabras más

Sunken Treasure