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... to The Casa of Flamenco for a show featuring 4 artists - 1 guitarist, 1 singer and 1 male and 1 female dancer. We thoroughly enjoyed the show, another Rick Steves reco. The lady was amazing as she contorted her body numerous ways; so did her male partner. Olé! We walked to the Barrio Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter, to find a restaurant. Mediocre fare at La Cueva a restaurant in a lovely square. Must do better ...
a significant contrast to Madrid and Barcelona, two cities which have small
historical centers but are mostly cities of broad boulevards and 19th
century elegance. Seville, though, is overwhelmingly a city of Renaissance and
Baroque eras, at least in its central parts. The outer areas of the city,
though, are as modern and nondescript as anywhere in Spain.
I specifically planned my time in Seville to coincide with
Semana Santa, ...
... earn up to 300,000 euro from one night of fighting. We then left the ring and entered into the museum. Here we saw some lances and pokers that were used in the old times on horseback to kill the bulls as well as many impressive artworks depicting the act of both knights and servants fighting together. The next room was filled with many traditional outfits of the bull fighters. They still wear the same style of clothes out of tradition. All the intricate hand stitched ...
... to not beautiful women here is also about 5-1, which I'm not complaining about. Another thing that has been interesting thus far is seeing how the things I've read in textbooks manifest themselves in everyday life. Spain has super high unemployment: 26%25 and 33%25 in the south. For young people (not positive what age is the cutoff for 'young') it's around 60%25. One result of this is that kids don't move out of their homes as quickly as we do, so all ...
... of historic documents in 7km worth of shelving! That's a lot of history!
We're having a bit of a siesta now before we head out for more tapas a bit later and then onto Granada via Cordoba tomorrow. Mikey has already commented on the possibility of returning here for a more extended period in the heart of summer, and I caught him googling English speaking jobs in Spain earlier today! Who know what the future may hold! We definitely need to learn to speak more Espanol if we do ...