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... 8217;s degrees in London in Environmental Arcetecture
(therefore we were quite interested). They were here for one night and
were going to check out an environmentally sustainable palace.
Interesting that their studies looked mostly at using the natural environment
and climate as an advantage without the cooling or heating of technology.
They worked with natural angles ...
... off from the main group who had an optional extra tour of the Cathedral & the Alcazar Palace. We decided we could look at both much cheaper & with more freedom by lining up & buying our own tickets, which is what we did. We first went to the cathedral which is the biggest cathedral in volume in the world. We didn't really like this cathedral as it had no feeling of community that the other cathedrals have had. It was all about ostentation ...
... The neighborhood next to the riverside had its moments but in the end it was a little boring. I then realized that my car was still parked in a garage for 18€ per day. I had researched free parking zones and it turned out it was right where I walked, across the river. I headed over to my car, payed and parked in a street where, after checking I was convinced I did not have to pay. It is a 15 minute walk there but not too bad a walk. After all that ...
... a brilliant blue sky and sunshine. The landscape on the drive over was not unlike country Victoria or SA - dry and sunburnt. On arrival we were advised we would be placed into three groups English, French and Spanish. We met our guide Carmen outside the Alcazar where she explained the history of the Alcazar and took us around the grounds - which were stunning. We also went to the Arab baths, the Chapel (main headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition - it is now used as a ...
... is local marble. The bases are now 4.5 meters below the current street level. This was such a cool find, and that many monuments and sites to see that these don't get a mention anywhere.
Alcazar Palaces and gardens
This compound consists of four places and intricate gardens. It has over time been used as royal residence both Muslim and Christian royalty. You can see the influences of both throughout, one of the beautiful qualities is the tiling ...