Residencia Fernando Villalon
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... again, but it would be no point really as they’d do nothing to give a feeling for what we experienced. The dancers, singers were just awesome in their delivery of the Flamenco, and it is something you need to experience here. I can’t explain it. But you like or you don’t, and that’s it. We enjoyed it and were very quiet walking back to the apartment still making a sense of what it was we’d been a part of.
…that, and we were plum tuckered out.
PS. We loved ...
... moves of the matador as he mesmerises the rapidly weakening bull to charge at his intricately manoeuvred red cape. At times, the brightly dressed matador, his billowing red cape and the blood soaked bull almost seem to move in concert as three connected components of some strange entity. It's both enthralling and sickening at the same time as one watches with one eye shut and the other fully engaged in taking the whole spectacle in.
The matador has taken ...
We left Córdoba after breakfast and have an expresso at a nice, local café which we had spotted on our walking tours. Now we were heading for Sevilla ! Where we arrived after two hours - normally it takes a bit more than 1 1/2 hour - front of our hotel, having rounded the city by the south. OK, directions are not easy to read/understand and we are not in a hurry. ...
... through the narrow passages to the beautiful promenade planted with lush colorful gardens and flowering trees and palms. This route lead to the Plaza de Espanol which remains more of Moorish in design than Catholic.Throughout medieval times Christians and the Moors fought to control Seville and many other cities close to Africa. When one side won, their distinct designs dominated the city. When the other took control they would sometimes build their design ...
... but began to be converted to a Cathedral in 1401. For lunch we headed to the Calle Mateos Gago again for some tapas and sangria. Afterwards we went to the Parque Maria Luisa which has the massive Plaza de Espana in it. This was a park and palace donated to the city in 1893 by Princess Maria Luisa. It was another roasting hot day so we headed back to camp in the late afternoon for a swim in the pool and some more ...