Southern Spain looks ever-so-much like Florida, Mexico and Southern California. No wonder those Spaniards of the 16th century colonized these areas of the Americas – they looked like their homelands. We were in Spain looking to buy horses for carriage driving in the New World of Florida, where these horses’ ancestors set foot many, many years ago. In the comfort of the Mercedes GL 350 BlueTech, we traveled through provinces with names like Valencia, Cordoba, Seville and Cadiz and saw mountains, olive trees, sand, and horses, horses, horses. The Spanish horse was an icon of the 16th century and remains …