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morning for Jesus’s death.
My plan was to wait until after midnight and spend the night
out until about dawn. Manu, my Semana Santa enthusiast roommate at the hostel
planned out a route for us and we set out about 1:00 A.M. The crowd at our
first observation point was so massive he suggested we go back to the hostel
for a few hours until 3:00 A.M. when the crowds might be less. When he woke me
... before it killed them or their horse. As you can imagine many horses died in this exercise and so the poor and servants couldn’t participate. Sometime later the servants wanted to join in but were not allowed to ride horses (or could afford all the horses) so they would instead fight the bull on foot and so bull fighting began. From there it naturally evolved into what you see today where the fighter would fight the bull and tire it out before eventually in ...
... above and this is where the bullfighter makes his entrance and after an outstanding performance the torero (bullfighter) will be carried out through these same gates on the audience's shoulders. Up the stairs and into the stands and there before us is an impressive sight. The ring is oval in shape rather than a perfect circle, a detail which can be seen from our picture that we took from the Giralda, and is actually a result of a small mistake during its construction. ...
We departed beautiful Marbella early morning. The drive to Sevilla was great. We took the toll highway which got us into Sevilla by noon. This is where we said goodbye to our car rental and spent the next two days exploring thus lovely city. Sevilla is the capital of the Andalucia and the cultural and financial centre of Southern Spain. It's population is around ...
... into Spain at 11:30am like we planning, and were greeted by a slightly miffed Bruna. I was unsure at first why she was miffed. The place is awesome, if a little over-the-top Marilyn Monroe. Seriously, there are three massive pictures of Marilyn here and it's hard to get away from her. She’s there watching everything that you do. Weird. However, it’s nice having the place to ourselves, and good to be able to do some washing so I can clean the underwear and ...
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