Residencia Fernando Villalon
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... increased noise from buses and taller buildings. We saw two accidents on the way to the hotel. Bike lanes are abundant and they always have a green light so don't stop for pedestrians. Hotel at edge of downtown. Nicer hotel than in Lisbon but room smells faintly of cigarettes. And no hotel had coffee/teapot in room or coffee or tea in lobby or breakfast room like in U.S. Can overlook this as all hotels have had free wi-fi. We saw ...
... price! Think this will be the last cathedral we will be visiting. The Cathedral of Seville is said to be the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. It is 126m long and 83m wide. The height at the centre of the transept is 37m. The Giraldi Bell Tower's total height from the pavement to the weathervane is 98m. The cathedral was originally a mosque which was built between 1181 and 1198. In 1218 the mosque was consecrated as a cathedral when the Christians took over the ...
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I first became aware of Semana Santa in Seville when I was about ten and attended the slide show of a woman who had just returned from a year studying in Spain at a church potluck supper. I was fascinated by the costumes and pageantry and for many years as I've become a world traveler I’ve wanted to attend Semana Santa in Seville.
Seville isn’t the only place in Spain where Semana Santa is celebrated with the particular Spanish style of ...
Some of these buildings don't look like much on the outside but if you can peek in the massive doors open up into wonderful courtyards. Some have the doors open during the day so it is possible to see inside.
Tomorrow I am heading off on a new adventure??? I am flying to Marrakech, Morocco! I am going to be staying about an hour and 1/2 from there in the Berber Cultural Center! Rugs anyone? I bought a one ...
... this morning, it was such a glorious day, we again headed into the old city and just wandered around soaking up the atmosphere. Being a Saturday it was packed with locals and tourists all all enjoying the wonderful late Autumn sunshine. We did a Horse & carriage ride for 45' which was so relaxing taking us through many back streets and again around many of the famous buildings, parks and plazas. We then enjoyed a great icy cold beer and pizza in a lovely shady ...