Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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I had great plans for The Madrugada, the set of processions
that start out after midnight on Good Friday, the last night before Jesus’s
crucifixion, and go all through the night and into the morning. The women of the
city were out in special garb for the day, lacy black dresses with a
comb/headdress of some sort from which a veil flowed down the back of their
head and a lacy veil fell over their faces. This, of ...
... merchandise and a few bull heads mounted on the walls. We made our way through the plain hallway out into the main ring. Around the massive pit of sand was simple seating made from bricks and stone under the open sky surrounded by a roofed standing area. It was here we learned the origins of bull fighting and more about the sport. It started back in the medieval times where they would train knights on horseback by letting a bull charge at them, they then had to kill ...
... in the world. The Plaza deToros de la Maestranza was constructed over the late-17th and 18th centuries and is one of the most famous venues in all of Spain to take in a bullfight. The structure itself is a sight to see with it's baroque facade, and painted white with yellow trim. We start our tour under the stands in the bowels of the stadium, this is the main entrance to the ring, the Puerta del Príncipe (the Prince's Gate) with beautiful iron gates. The Royal ...
... us a tour of the apartment we will call home for the next three months.
You might think we settled down for a nap, but no, we decided to do some exploring. The first thing we noticed was all of the orange trees. They are everywhere and heavy with fruit right now. Seville oranges are known for being bitter and they are usually used to make marmalade. We won't be eating them, but they smell wonderful. We walked for a few minutes, turned a corner, and there was the ...
... of remains really remain? :)
Within the cathedral there is treasury full of multiple historical objects, gold and silver relics, religious artifacts and various precious things...the crown jewel in this whole collection is actually a real crown, allegedly the most valuable one in Spain...it is called Corona de la Virgen de los Reyes, and it has more than 10,000 precious stones along with ...