Catalonia Giralda Hotel
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... for my next move, but
this awareness made me certain about heading back to Barcelona sooner than I’d
The same evening I was barely out of the shower when I heard
a marching band close by. I knew the Virgen del Carmen processions were taking
place around town, but what a delight to witness one on my street. I always envied
my Catholic friends the beauty of their religion, and the extravagance of ...
John had read in the New York Times about a new construction in the heart of Seville -- the Metropol Parasol. So, since we couldn't find a taxi anywhere -- due, I suppose, to Feria -- we walked to this sight. I wasn't so in love as the others, but it was interesting.
... familiar species but good specimen thanks to abundant water supply. Beautiful apricot pomegranate at entrance to garden and again later. Spent 6 hours in the gardens, Rick taking time out to go to restaurant to enquire about my bag. Of course came back with the sad news that it has gone. I just ...
This week was a special one in Seville. Throughout Andalusia during the spring, there are fairs and carnivals but in Seville it is something else entirely. Feria in Seville is known as one of the best city wide celebrations in Europe. People spend all day drinking, eating, and dancing and the women are all dressed in beautiful flamenco dresses of all different colors. My friend Chris and I went on monday to see them turn the lights on at midnight. ...
... arguably the best view of the city. And today was the best day for it, too. It finally stopped raining for one day, just so I could see the city. The ruins were also very cool. Apparently those types of ruins, which are complete villages, are underneath the entire city. What I saw consisted of the frames of old houses, wells, and meeting buildings. And it was all really ...