Catalonia Giralda Hotel
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... an image from the Napoleanic War... even an image of Don Quixote. But the image I see over and over again is that of an Spanish lord or king being given the key to the city by the departing Moorish lord. The message is clear: Spanish historians want to give the impression that Christians taking over the country, province by province from Muslim rule is the central event in this country's history. Nevermind this began perhaps one of the darkest periods in the ...
... with their clapping, time-keeping and feet-stomping. As I said previously, we were inches from them, so at a couple points we could actually got hit with some of their sweat, which was pretty weird, but definitely helped us realize how much work is put into these customs, which have been passed down for generations.
Three times I have been to Sevilla, and three times I have been able to see what I still consider to be one of the most incredible structures ...
... This is mostly interesting as I wasn't sure if Spanish people would really be wanting to pay 10% extra given the economy is in the midst of a horrible recession (one walking tour guide said 50% of people under 25 are unemployed here). I guess enjoying a nice alfresco meal is worth it.
Last night we also saw a flamenco show at a local club called Los Gallos. Aranaea was keen to go, but I was totally sceptical from the outset that this would be one of those ...
... dead. Another matador comes over and finishes the job by slicing its neck. We later came across protests against bull fighting while we were in France, and for good reason... Next... a quick flight from Seville landed us in Valencia, the third largest city in Spain and the birthplace of paella. Don't ask how we know, but if you are flying Ryanair and you don't have your boarding pass printed, you will be charged 70 euros per pass. Absolute ...
... drunk but me and Taylor didn't want to sit in a hotel room and drink...we decided we can do that in America... So we left with Edith and Sara (the TA and her friend) and walked around just to see what we could find. Eventually we walked alllllllllllll the way back to where we ate dinner and turns out the club was right next to the restaurant...We went in and it was dead! this was at like 1230 almost 1 so we just decided to stay for a little. We had a drink, I had ...