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... 5:00 PM we drove to the place where we would have dinner and see the Flamenco Show. It's attached to the beautiful bull ring. One of the lead dancers, Ima did a presentation for us on the Flamenco and all of the clothing and other items they use, such as the castanets. We had a nice dinner at 6:00 and at 7:00 we went to the next room for a 90 minute show. It was very good and a lot of fun.
It was our last day in Spain after two ...
... audiences on group tours. I found
one, though, that was very authentic with a small audience hall and only four
artists in the group – guitarist, singer, and male and female dancers who
danced separate dances rather than together. Flamenco originated with Gypsies
in Andalusia and is very much about individual artistic expression and showing
off one’s talent with fast dance moves and unique style. Real Flamenco appears
quite improvisational like Jazz.
... creating a night sky in the dome. After that we passed a couple of other courtyards on our way to the exit. We found ourselves quite hungry after the tour and gardens.
We set off down the main street in search of food. First however we stumbled upon some book markets and while a majority of the books where in Spanish we managed to find a few gems in English including some tiny books smaller that the palm of my hand which contained some of the great classics. We ...
Train to Ronda. We get there in the late afternoon, went for a walk and decided to take the opportunity to visit the bullring and its museum before the day trippers descend the next day, and a good decision it was too. There was ************e around and we got to see peruse it mostly in piece.
We had a yummy seafood dinner at a bar close to our hotel. It was one of the less busy ones (the recommendation is to always go to the ...
... and the night was cool! Shuffling slowly under velvet is apparently hotter than I imagined. We saw the float come to stop in front of the giant church doors and noticed that it was about 2' too high to fit through. A couple guys on a ladder came out and removed the gold halo from around Mary's head. Still about 6" to tall. The guys stood again and inched towards the church doors and slowly lowered themselves to allow Mary to clear the church door by ...
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