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... by the main cathedral. Sevilla life style is so much more relaxed
then the metropolitan cities like Madrid and Barcelona. It’s a small city yet
to be polluted by tourism and includes morrocan style architecture- so perfect.
After lunch we took a horse and buggy ride all over the city to see everything
and get a lay of the land. It took about 20 mins and was so worth it. We
explored the cathedral and the Alcazar fortress after our horse ride. Alcazar
... When we got back to the hostel, we looked into how we were going to get to Lisbon the next day, just to make sure that everything was a-ok. The computers, I swear, ran slower than on dial-up, it was so frustrating. However, we couldn't find any trains to Lisbon from Sevilla. We did however, find a bus that would take us there in about 10 hours or so. That wasn't really going to work seeing as how we only planned for one night in Lisbon anyway. I wasn't convinced ...
... Directly across from our parking spot was a building with a sign that read, "annexio". We walked inside just as Mass began! It turns out the large , old Church of St. Mary has a beautiful annex just across the square from it in which Mass is held...and we made it just in time. The main church was not open , but the inside of the annex was just beautiful, one of our favorites. The wall behind the altar was embellished with rose colored stone and the statues included images of ...
... Holy Cathedral Church of Seville – the largest Gothic temple in the world and the third largest of the Christian world.
We wander around and inside the Cathedral with ease, however when we arrive at the Alcazar, the queues to enter are long and slow moving. The afternoon is diminishing but the heat is constant so we choose to relax sitting at a bar sipping Mojitos rather than standing under the sun in a chain of perspiring humanity.
... 100*F), but we thought it best to set off early to beat some of the heat. We were up by 7:00, and out walking by 8:15am. We ended up out walking for 7 hours, walking to Sevilla Botanical Gardens (about 2 kms away), which also contain a number of museums. We went through the Cultural Museum and the Military Museum, and also wandered around the Spanish Plaza. The cultural Museum included a lot of artefacts and objects from early life in Spain, and provided a lot of ...