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After spending the day in Gilbraltar we arrived in Seville city at about 6pm, checked into our cool, very central apartment, although it has the smallest kitchen ever, parked our car on the nearby street and then wandered around the streets to get our bearings and marvel at how large every monument, plaza, and buildings seem to be.
Greg woke up early to move the car because it had to be out of ...
... Christians, Jews, and Muslims lived separate lives. We walked along the high wall that at one time formed the boundary of the Jewish section. In 1492, the Christians in power gave the Jews and Muslims four months to leave or convert to Christianity. Most of them left, and the ones that did not were soon done in by the Spanish Inquisition for being poor Christians, according to Concepcion. During our morning walk about the city we also enjoyed a stroll down ...
... walkways before we came to the grandiose Metropol Parasol, an airy free form architecture. Don't know how else to describe it. This is where pictures are worth a thousand words. Two hundred yards beyond it was our Hotel Abril down small lane.
After checking it to our hotel, we found our way to Restarant Taberna Coloniales for a cool sangria and tapas on their terrace. Ahhh, life is ...
... that temperature until late in the evening. The palace was impressive. It was HUGE!! There were tapestries telling ancient stories which were bigger than most homes, tiles all around, and a different roof in every room and hall way. The gardens were giant!! We actually got lost in the hedge maze for a moment.... Then when we were free of the maze we found a cute little duck who had made friends with a peacock took our attention. While taking a photo of the duck ...
1. Seville Cathedral – you will see my pictures of the cathedral but it’s difficult to do justice to this structure through pictures. The cathedral was built in 1500s and is the third largest cathedral in the world after the Vatican and St Pauls. The most fascinating thing about this cathedral is that it incorporates the La Giralda (the Islamic minaret left behind by the overthrown Moorish kingdom) into the cathedral. This ...