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... depictions carried
in the processions) of the three cofradias who use the church as their
beginning and end points during the Holy Week processions. I should point out
that the Baroque style (like the Gothic style) was quite international,
although there may be some small specificities between countries. In general a
Baroque era church in Seville that much different from one in Naples or Rome or
... sites. We head back to one of the places we couldn’t fit in for dinner for lunch and it was worth it. Plates of yummy tapas, wine, sangria and beer. We don’t want to go back to pack and leave but head to the roof top to make the last use of it. We cant have a private roof top pool and not go in despite it not actually having warmed up, so in we go, just a few of us just in our knickers to not unpack our bikini’s no one can see us after ...
... There is sort of a moat in front where people were rowing smalls boats. In front of the plaza is the extensive garden where I rented a bike several days ago just to get around the whole thing. It is divided up into smaller gardens with fountains and statuary. It is the Parque de Maria Luisa. I am sorry I forget who she was, but this had been her private garden before she donated it to Seville. I'll give more ...
... After touring the cathedral it was on to the Alcazar. Fairytale like with its turrets, moat, and imposing tower. Speaking of which, it is a 152 stair climb to the top of the tower but well worth the narrow spiral stairs case for the unobstructed views of the the cathedral, and the surrounding countryside. Sadly it was time to move on in our day of touring, next stop of Avila. An easy drive to our next stop Avila, which stands grandly atop the hill across the river. The ...
... but had no desire to see the fight so we left. As we continued down the road we saw that everyone was getting ready for the fight as they were starting to redirect traffic and put up barriers.
We then went to pay for our parking, realized we didn't have any change small enough which meant we needed to make a purchase to break our 50. That meant we went to an ice cream shop and I got to practice my Spanish to make sure ...