This will probably be my last update in Carife. I just wanted to show off the new bell tower I put in Carife. The other one seemed to stand out a little too much... this one I think goes well with the design of the cathedral. Tell me... which do you prefer? The bell tower in the above picture, or the one in this update.
Above: Church of the Assumption in the Gothic Quarter. One of the city's best examples of gothic architecture. It actually survived the great earthquake in the 1500s, however a lot of the paintings are quite darkened due to many years of incense smoke.
Above: The famous Alcázar in Calvario. It is often considered the most popular landmark on the island, with very busy train services from Carife.
Above: A small street in Carife, Calle Formentera, located near the beach. This street has recently become a great place to rent an apartment - that is, if you're willing to fork out cash. Although if you're a wealthy tourist looking for something to brag about, an apartment on a small Mediterranean island kingdom certainly will impress.
Above: Nighttime near the Gothic Quarter. The area is filled with tapas bars and restaurants. One of the most famous is El Toro Guapo, which is a bullfighting themed bar.
southern France, in which the bull is not injured, but rather the contestants are.
Bullfighting in San Pedro is much different than in Spain, where the bull is violently killed by the matador. The form of bullfighting in San Pedro is much more in common with that of