Catalonia Giralda Hotel
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... night. We had a few more places to visit Sunday before we took a train back to Madrid. We started the day by visiting the bull ring in Sevilla, one of the most famous bull rings of Spain. It was very cool and had a much different atmosphere than the bull ring in Madrid. It it much more serious and elegant in Sevilla than Madrid. After the bull ring we walked to the Torre del Oro (Tower of Gold) that use to be used to defend the city from river attacks. We got ...
... La Mancha of which Toledo is capital , is flat and featureless but a farming region where they grow wine grapes, olive trees, and melons.They also produce a hard cheese like pecorino and some saffron. This is also the area described by Cervantes in his famous novel Don Quixote. Back to Madrid for lunch then a guided tour of this city's main sights. This time by coach but with photo stops to enable a closer look at the monuments, fountains, & buildings. Very informative. ...
... And enjoyed our lunch Nygil came by surprised to see us. Apparently this is where we are having our farewell dinner. No problem. The duck ravioli in cream sauce was so good we would gladly have it again. After lunch we walked back to the strange mushroom like structure they call the Parasol. I wanted to see it in the daytime. Franci navigated us through a maze of narrow streets until we got there. In the bottom there was ...
... told we could NOT see the Cathedral today, because it was "closed" to tourists for Corpus Christi. I was very disappointed, because a highlight of the trip was to see the tomb of Christopher Columbus, which is here. And now, we're not going to be able to do this…so…
We gathered to enter the cathedral, and upon entering through a side door, we heard the sound of chant and organ, in perfect ...
... joked around about how now I have a second mother in Spain, but really, Emma and Alejandro welcomed me with wide-stretched arms. They have a daughter, Julia, who is seven years old. I absolutely adore her and am so glad to be living with a family who have a daughter as smart, sweet, and loving as her. I was also over-joyed when I saw Mary Virginia--one of my friends from Mercer--playing with Julia because it made me realize how blessed we are to have ...