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... am. When we went into the lobby, we found out why. Some workers were gutting the lobby, demolishing the brick and stone interior walls. We stepped over mortar and broken tiles to exit the hotel. We had breakfast on the plaza, then explored a bit. We met Malia and Tomas for lunch to celebrate her birthday. What a joy to see Malia again! We spent all day together on her birthday, tapas hopping around ...
... Janine's phone which was fun talking in Spanish. We then made friends with a German named Max at the hostel. One of the guys on tinder asked to meet Janine at the statue near our hostel so we all walked over there. All the bars were closing and we didn't see him so we went back to the hostel. Janine went to bed and Max and I had a beer and chatted. Now bedtime! I'm so tired since we walked a little over 10 miles today. Good night ...
... of Semana Santa.
Semana Santa is the week leading up to Easter, & word has it that it is more spectacularly celebrated in Sevilla than anywhere else in Spain. There are brotherhoods, or "Hermandades", that spend the entire year preparing for this single event. This involves maintaining & upgrading huge sculptures of historical scenes of Christ's life and death, and corresponding representations of various Virgins. Some ...
Seville was a beautiful city that truly evokes the beauty of a Spanish city. We started our bright and early day at Plaza de Espaņa which was created for the World Fair of 1929 in Spain. We continued on to visit the Moorish Alcazar and its gardens, which were amazing. Although I don't remember a lot of the history because it was an early morning, I was interested in visiting the Alcazar because it is a future scene in ...
... of St. Paul's and St. Peters which are now larger. Christopher Columbus's tomb is inside which is quite amazing.
Originally built by the Moors in 1184 as Sevilles main Mosque and minaret and the origional court yard was conserved (orange trees). The Minaret today forms the lower two thirds of the Giralda Bell Tower which we climbed.