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Seville is a lovely city, but not our favorite. We had a nice bus tour of the city and some of the neighborhoods and then we went to the Basilica Macarena, which is in the neighborhood where the popular song came from in 1994. Macarena is the patron saint of the bullfighters. She has crystal tears on her face. It was a very beautiful church. From there we drove to the Murillo Park area and parked the bus. We walked through the old Jewish ...
... that were brought together under one
roof in the 1800s by a reformist king concerned about Spain’s history of
exploitation and atrocities in its American colonies in the centuries after the
One of the more unusual structures in Seville is a modern
and quite recent one. The Metropol Parasol, known in Seville as “Las Setas”
(the Mushrooms) is a massive wooden structure that covers and shades most of a
large square named ...
... t decide whether it was overgrown or designed that way but it looked like a giant mossy pile with some rocks on top with water trickling out. As I was walking backwards to take a photo I almost tripped over and fell into another smaller fountain but I managed to catch myself and stumble through the little fountain built into the ground. (Luckily it didn’t have much water in it) We then walked to the end of the gardens with all the gardeners’ supplies so we ...
... I went with my Spanish friend Mateo who is from the intercambio program that I am a part of, but the two of us didn't stay long, since it was so packed with people. Instead we headed to the Plaza Mayor where I was able to try my first ever Bocadillo de Calamar (fried squid sandwich) which I have to say was rather delicious.
I'm definitely going to miss the food when I leave Spain, but I also would give anything to have a true American Ice cream sundae right about now!
... times during a flamenco show we sampled. The home church rings it's bells each time the procession begins again on their route after a rest stop. We finished the flamenco show and had an 8:30 paella dinner (early by Sevillian standards). By the time we hit the hay, it was after 10:30 and we heard a processional band on the distance. After a couple of starts and stops, we figured the band was right near our hotel. We got dressed and went outside ...