Your new to the DSLR world if i m not mistaken? I been looking at these images alot, and i cannot decided anything about how i feel about them, i sort of get the feeling that they mean more to you then anyone else, they got that "touristical lets go on a trip and take some pictures to remember" which isnt bad at all but its just not the same for us compared to what they are for you....understand what i m saying?
I mean you got the metering right, there is no overexposure which is good, seemed, you have taken a lot of better photos imo.
Lets try to track this down 1 image at the time:
Image 1: Where do you want me on that shot, i m all over the frame, the tree branches bother me soo much, that it ruins the entire shot, there is no good overall composition, you placed the what looks to be the church tower, in the middle of the lines of thirds...instead of choosing to place it on one side in this case left hand side would be better because of the tree..ohh i just noticed the underexposed sealing there..cant really seee much detail in that...overall i m not a big fan of this shot
Image 2: Its a massive subject, and due to the distance that your standing from her, she just doesn't suit the object really well...its kinds of ruins everything, but then again to remember this moment its a good photo. Ultimate here would be having a wide angle lens and having her standing very close yo you and then shooting the building. Just noticed the three windows of this building in the middle are overexposed. Maybe this photo would have worked from further back, alot further back...i dont knw never been there
Image 3: Same as above, would have worked alot better without the person in it, this is actually your best shot IMO. Good lines, but maybe a bit too much is shows on the stairs...once again i get the feeling that this could have been better from a bit further back...to show more detail in the roof of the building
Image 4: As previously stated this shot is way busy, the building in the back is cut off which is very unpleasant. I think you need to get more used the lenses that you have, to feel what their limitations are. And work some what on composition...
Image 5: This is probably one of the better ones as well, but then again the bushes are very distractive, you should have cut those down
Overall, i have no idea what equipment your using, and what lenses you have, but it seemed to me as if your rushed some of these photos and just didnt think about the basic things, and seems as if some could use some levels adjustment...like the first photo for instance
A polarizing filter would be nice, it render a nice blue sky, which can be created in Photoshop as well, its a matter of opinion. As soon as i get my pay pal account working i m going to order a bunch of stuff from the net amongst them a polarizing filter, because i m going down to Spain and i want the water to look in a certain way, plus the sky is just going to be killer bright.
Hope that helps you some how, would be nice to see what you have to say back apart from thanks