Catalonia Giralda Hotel
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... from Spain in the 14th and 15th centuries. Those who did convert to Christianity were often suspected of practicing Judaism in secret, and several thousand more were persecuted during the Spanish Inquisition. Much to our surprise, it was Ferdinand and Isabella who initiated the Spanish Inquisition in 1478, hence their names Los Reyes Católicos. We strolled about narrow streets, marvelled at homes and statues of famous people who lived there, sat under the ...
... middle aged chap emerges, seemingly unscathed. He inspects his forlorn vehicle, & a decision was made to attempt to right it...& after a few shoves, it rests on its wheels again, dropping off glass & pieces of bodywork as it settles.
All well, so we move on. We thought how helpful the everyone was, & especially to right his vehicle. Everyone pulled together. We hoped that if we had ...
... largest gothic church in the world and the third largest church (after St Peter's at the Vatican and St Paul's jn London). It is a reminder if the moorish history in this region and is absolutely stunning! After naps we met with our friends from Toledo who have a family home in Sevilla and were also visiting the city for the weekend. They met us as Giralda Tower and took us on a walking tour of the city center and barrio Santa Cruz. ...
... eclectic mix of Islamic and Christian archtecture. You walk through a maze of middle eastern style arches and columns only to find ornate Roman Catholic alters and domed ceilings in the middle! Even Cathy who has visited a huge array of sites is "knocked over" by this gaff. Wow she crows.....better then St Peters.......St Bazils in Moscow.........possibly only outdone by Tower House in Finsbury Park!! The sun burns hot here and the temperature is up at ...
The day started with a tour around the city and we saw lots of historical monuments and buildings along with some amazing parks and gardens. The tour finished up with a boat trip from the Old Salt Wharf which took us along the River Guadalquivir. We then visited the Seville Cathedral & Giralda (bell tower). We were not able to use the flash inside - so don't have many photos as it was very dark. The cathedral in Seville is the most extensive gothic cathedral in ...