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... ships and 240 men on made it back to Spain from the first ever circumnavigation of the globe.
I visited the Museum that houses all the Spanish archives from these and other colonial days.
It seems that the Lisbon 1755 earthquake also did damage here, knocking down the Cathedral and much of the town. This was not the first, as there was an earthquake in the 1400's that was just as big.
Seville has hosted ...
We left London on Nov 1st at about 4:00 am as Ryan air decided to switch our flight time from 12:15 pm to 7:15 am (ouch). We flew from London Stansted airport (not recommended). Although Ryan air people were actually very good and helpful the airport is a mess with very poor signage. We actually waited for 20 mins in the wrong line and when we were told to go to the next counter we saw about 5 other families doing the ...
Well today was very depressing.......! Spent another bad night with severe sciatic pain and little sleep so quite worried about heading off to 3rd world country Morocco this morning with worsening medical condition. Just was not well enough to get onto bus by 8.30am so made the difficult decision to withdraw from the tour! Felt awful but knew I needed more assistance. Contacted ...
... soccer game on the back of his motorcycle. Carmen is a journalism student who I get along with as well as anyone else I know. We have so much fun together and it's really crazy how similar we are considering our backgrounds have literally nothing in common. Every other day or so she takes me through a different part of the city-- all of the confusing back streets and little plazas I would never see otherwise. She takes me out with her friends ...
... under the weather with this cold. The hotel we are staying in is also a bit weird - it is comprised of 27 separate buildings with nooks and crannies and narrow passages and staircases - you nearly need to leave breadcrumbs out so you can retrace your steps. They provided a guide to take us to our room, and we wouldn't have found it without him! The hotel also didn't cope well with the rain and there were drains overflowing and puddles throughout ...