Casona de la Reyna
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... most important objects of the church. The main object kept in the Chapel of the Treasure is the great Monstrence of Arfe. The monstrence is only used once a year on the feast of Corpus Christi of Toledo.
Works by El Greco are located throughout the cathedral. One of the most famous is The Disrobing of Christ located in the gigantic sacristy. The sacristy build in the 16th century is like no other church dressing room. Half the vatican ...
... 29 Nov - Museo del Prado gallery, Madrid. Here we find another Mona Lisa done by a student of Leonardo and apparently at the same time. For us it looks just as good and no crowds and barriers 30 Nov - Paella lunch in a traditional Spanish restaurant, but learn that the best paellas are on the east coast, Valencia (or Elanora Heights, Sydney at Xmas). An interesting variation is black paella with squid ink. An evening play in English with Spanish projected titles in a small ...
... a fence at what appears like the ruins of a circus. Oh.
Over lunch a quick search on the phone reveals the highlights of Merida, mostly as a well excavated Roman town. Photos of the theater are impressive, and the satellite shows the center of the ensemble to be less than a mile away so we agree we'll do a cursory drive by to see what's open to the public. The classics student in me is giddy with excitement, although that is not shared universally amongst my travel ...
... of the dumbfounded looks while we are trying to process, I get really discouraged. But all in all, the locals speak Spanish and I fumble my way through the ordering process.
I just can’t wait to be in Sevilla tomorrow and finally meet my host family. Then I can actually be fully immersed in Spanish culture and hopefully start only speaking Spanish.
... slow 90-minute trek up the hill, everyone held up their hornazos (bread that is, traditionally, shaped like a hen [symbol of rebirth]) for the bendición (blessing).
On Easter Sunday in Priego, everyone gathered in the streets once again to watch the Resurrection procession. We wore poppies pinned to our jackets and enjoyed the music, costumes, and floats in the glorious Spanish sunshine. For our last night in Priego, we ate at my ...