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... the bull fighting arena, but there was a fee and the fighting is pretty much limited to summer time. I was more curious if a Minoan would show them how to leap the bull, which seems more challenging then tiring one out and then attempting to kill it. Either way, it would have been an interesting event. I did get to go to a flamenco. Very impressive show that lasted about an hour and a half. Very sexy style of dance and the guitar player was one of the best I have ...
... and nobility of the bull.
And almost thankfully, the grossly unequal contest between matador and bull is over.
And finally, the brief but clinical role of the three tethered and decorated donkeys is underway.
Links to a YouTube movie of my attendance
... beat some of the views we've had on previous bus rides this year which have consisted of rubbish, poverty and more rubbish.) A much larger town than Ronda it was still full of the same Spanish charm. As we walked to our Pension we passed the Seville University, Alcazar and Cathedral of St. Mary among many other historic and impressively large and intricate buildings.
Unfortunately we had arrived during the afternoon siesta and therefore struggled ...
... this area. We had our dinner and could hear the brass band marching down the street. Behind the band was a prossession of a well-dressed adults and children, many of them dressed in the same formal outfits. Blocks away we could see the Virgin Mary float slowly moving along. For the weeks proceeding Easter there several thousand pound floats are carried through the streets and brought into the churches. Each major church has its own Virgin Mary float that ...
... capitol of Andalusia and is located on the Guadalquivir River and is approximately 2,200 years old. Its Old Town, the third largest in Europe, is about 2 square miles and just as all the other Old Towns in Europe is charming.
Enjoy the Seville photos before we head off to Morocco.