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... stories about crashes etc. we saw very few, & felt quite safe.
Artisan school was a place where (government funded), students were taught the traditional ways of embroidery, metal work, ceramics, etc. Free, & good to see the traditions being supported.
Dinner at restaurant where we ate pigeon pie topped with icing sugar! Bizarre, but tasty!
Caroline was able to give insight to how ...
... of different ceramics processes (knee dig clay, casting pots, firing process, glazing and mosaic work), heard how it served both a commercial function and the educative benefits (sustaining traditional skills to be used in authentic restoration of ancient buildings and works) and did a bit of shopping (of course) from their extensive, exhausting collections. From there we headed into the media itself and toured for a time the tight warren of ...
... worth it! RAFAEL The morning, we wandered through the gorgeous rooms and gardens of the Alcazár, the interiors very well preserved and conveying a real sense of the luxury and sensuality of the past life of the palace. We also visited the immense Sevilla Cathedral, which contains the remains of Christopher Columbus and his son. I'm reading about him at the moment. In his quest for glory and wealth in the service of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, he sought the passage to ...
... a price, so we planned to give him 50 dirhams. The lonely planet site says you can get a tour of the city for as low as 30 dirhams, so 50 felt right. We only had 200's, though, so we mentioned that we would need to go get some food for lunch and then we could give him something for surprising us with a mountain climb. He mentioned that he knew a good restaurant across the square, so we followed him across the square and past several cafes to a cafe on the north end of the ...
... the many hole-in-the-wall shops. A walk of a half hour, and you are at the sea front. The ramparts are not much of a looker, nor was the fort, but the town has a relaxed feel to it. There are quite a few art exhibitions going on, the main one being at the Frederic Damgaard hall, where they only exhibit the art and sculpture of artists from this town.
I found the attendant in this recommended exhibition facebook-ing when I walked in. I was the only one for now. He put ...