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... Cathedral is the Mother Church of Spain. The Cathedral was built on the site the of a 7th century Visigoth Cathedral. (Visigoths occupied the Toledo area from the 5th to the 8th centuries after the Romans.) It was started in 1226 and the completion of the last vaults was in 1493. The three centuries of construction explains the cathedral's mixture of styles: pure French Gothic - complete with flying buttresses - on the exterior and Spainish decorative ...
May 22, 2014 Day 6
This morning started off the same, we have settled into a
pretty good routine with everything. It was still pretty gloomy outside and we
are still waiting for the weather to wear our sundresses. In class we continued
our Spanish language lesson as we did before and I feel like being able to
apply all the things I am learning is really helping to solidify them in my
head. We had a quick crossant snack at our break although I ended up ...
... is its architectural brilliance, containing elements from Cordoba Islamic art, influences from Gothic architecture, and characteristics built in accordance to Jewish building laws. It a essentially a physical representation of the cultural melting pot that is my beloved hometown. I’m certainly going to miss it and Mamá. I hope God blesses me throughout my journey and that my trip will compare to Papá’s.
... of the dumbfounded looks while we are trying to process, I get really discouraged. But all in all, the locals speak Spanish and I fumble my way through the ordering process.
I just can’t wait to be in Sevilla tomorrow and finally meet my host family. Then I can actually be fully immersed in Spanish culture and hopefully start only speaking Spanish.
... who had a calamari filled bocca and unfortunately ate the whole thing. We strolled around town to the Alcazar in the afternoon and the boys enjoyed the military museum which it now houses. Although it is open until 5 we were unceremoniously shown the exit at 4.45 - clearly the closing time is the time that the staff leave! Tired now and a little cold we grabbed some nice cakes and caught the bus back to El ...