Corral de San Jose
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... loading cranes sits on a riverside wharf. I had read the Romans had used the river as a major access to Sevilla and that in the 15th century, under Spanish rule, the city was the countries busiest port through which all trade with the Americas passed. But I'd also read the city had entered a period of decline after the river had silted up though the cause and effect may have been the other way round.
J and I had risen after a disturbed sleep from ...
... could go inside. Entering through a small door to the left of a very Gothic styled larger doorway we wondered through the Cathedral Museum to purchase our tickets before entering the main nave. OMG the place is huge. I just checked on Wikipedia which says it reaches 42 metres high.
The place is full of all the usual stuff one normally finds in a church, you know like pictures of a bleeding Jesus nailed to a cross ...
... t believe how well the trumpetists were playing; they were all flawless.
After seeing two processions, we made it back to the main square and found Aaron. then, we sat down to first have a drink and then eat lunch. When we had eaten, we went back to one of the main streets to wait for another procession, but we were there for an hour and nothing happened when we thought it would. Having had our fill of ...
... to do the following day, but our train was leaving for Seville at noon! I quickly planned our morning, and drew lines on the map so that we had no doubt where we were going. One of the places I had ensured we go to was for Mum. The world's first vertical garden. It was 8 floors tall, and covered the side of an entire building. We also went into the Jardines del Buen Retiro to see the Palacio de Cristal, Crystal Palace. That was kinda cool. An entire ...
Sevilla was such a lovely quiet town. It seemed like a beach town but it's landlocked with a small river running through it.
found a hostel with the best rating I've ever seen with hundreds of
reviews; it's called La Banda Rooftop Hostel. Four British
friends/brothers started it 8 months ago and it was a very special spot.
They know every guest by name and every night make a home cooked meal
for 6€ accommodating everyone's dietary ...