Whenever I put together a list of those places I'd most like to visit, Spain is always way down on the bottom of the list. Maybe a couple of days in Barcelona, a visit to the zoo in Valencia, the Templar castle on the coast, the Santiago de Compostela, a stop at the Prado and, of course, the Bernebeu for a Real Madrid game. That's about it. However, based on this tour, which was clearly created with me in mind, Spain is being bumped up. Really though, a tour of Borgia Rome (actually, Borgia Italy, for that matter) would be ten times better than Borgia Spain. In fact, I could probably put something together myself - I'm certain I'd do a better job organizing a Borgia tour than any travel company ever could. And while I'm at it, Medici Florence, for the true Renaissance enthusiasts. Who's with me?