Casa Numero 7
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Best train ride was from Barcelona to Madrid.
Sites and things we found most interesting -
- Gaudi's house Casa Balto in Barcelona
- Sagrada Familia
- Tibadado in Barcelona
- Plaza Central in Madrid
- The Mushroom in Sevilla
Every day, starting late afternoon there were religious processions that continued until 11 PM. Thousands of members of religious brotherhoods march in penitents garb with tall pointed hoods. Want to know more….search the internet.
Today's adventure was the Seville Cathedral which has an amazing history. Briefly, 1184 - 1198 the main mosque and minaret were built. The original courtyard and minaret are still there. In 1248 the mosque was turn into a cathedral and in 1434 construction began on the gothic cathedral. In 1528 work was carried out in the Royal Chapel. Starting in 1618 the baroque parish church and 2 minor chapels were built. And from 1825 to 1928 the ...
... local Italian restaurant and I have to say that the pizza I had was probably technically the best I've ever had. Thinnest crust, easy to cut, flavorful, well spiced, gorgeous tomato sauce... It just was awesome. After dinner, during which I read the opening chapter of 'the windup girl', I decided to read some more downtown. I searched for a nice bench and enjoyed reading until it became too cold. Now I am all packed and basically ready to head for Córdoba ...
... Justa Station in Seville just after 1000hrs and despite some poor Spanish on our part we were soon clutching our TGV tickets that would whisk us the 141km in just 40 minutes. At times we hit 250kph! TIME UPDATE: 1015hrs - Train 2102 (AVE Class to Madrid Atocha - 2hrs 30 mines) glides out of the station. No garlic in air as I think back to my parents tales from the 1950's. This is a serious bit of modern kit that even makes Eurostar look a football ...