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... side and am rewarded with a great view. But now I need to find a way to the bottom, so I can take a videoclip with this monastary as a backdrop. It takes me a while before I finally find a stairway down to the rest of the town far below. Light is quickly fading and the video clip is a bit dark, but at least I got it. Lower San Juan is a tight, cozy old town with interesting colourful tiled buildings. To the left is a long path along the river and to the right is ...
We set off today to Seville. We meant to go there on our tour of Spain last summer, but only made it to Cordoba. There are no ACSI campsites in the area but we managed to find the marina which is on the ...
... few factories in town and learned about the ins and outs of ceramics. We also visited the colorful market place where locals were buying their fish, vegetables and bread.
After having a quick lunch at the Santa Ana bar, just across the road from the Church of Santa Ana, we walked back across the river to Parque de Maria Luisa and the Plaza de Espanya. This plaza was the site of two world expositions many years ago. ...
... of religion, time and personal taste would lead to design chaos but somehow it is a masterpiece. Geometry, space, height, shapes, patterns and tiles dominate the extensive buildings and gardens: every area you occupy has a sense of identity and place and flow from the previous. Not only did all of the amazing design (and tiles!) blow me away but also the historical element- to think that different religions and rulers have all worked on ...
... we'd get more of our palace fix there!
The other highlight of the city in terms of monuments was the cathedral. We don't plan to go into every church we come across in Europe, but this one is an exception. Originally a mosque, it was consecrated as a cathedral in 1248 and thereafter has had numerous influences and been built on to give it gothic, renaissance and baroque styles. It is over 23,500 square metres in area - bloody huge, and the largest gothic cathedral in the ...