Catalonia Hispalis Hotel
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... and I felt privileged to be sandwiched between the locals hearing the
music, smelling the incense and rose petals, and admiring both the stunning
visuals and the palpable devotion to Mary.
No sooner had I made the plans to go back to Barcelona, then
I met two local people whom I could converse with. Carmen opened her own
artisanal panaderia and I have enjoyed her spelt sourdough loaf. Today she asked
where I was from, ...
Now we did find a taxi and we were getting pretty tired, but we had one last stop -- Plaza de Espana. Our taxi driver waited while we walked over to take a look. It was really beautiful, but unless you rented a rowboat, it just ...
... were lined with tiled mosaics. On our map, we saw the Jardines del Alcazare. As you may recall, Mum has a bit of a thing for gardens. As we missed out on the gardens of Versailles, she wanted to see these gardens. This desire grew when she could see Eucalyptus trees over the outer walls of the gardens. This began two days of searching for the entrance to the gardens. Two days walking the perimeter, walking down tiny lanes, seeing trees poking over ...
... with friends. They were both studying at La Universidad de Sevilla and both lived in the city with their parents. A little after 10:00pm the guy got a call from his mom saying that dinner is ready! I was ready to go to bed; I couldn't imagine eating dinner that late!
There are many beautiful parks in Sevilla (the English name is Seville). I sat for awhile in Jardines de Muralla (Wall Gardens) and meditated while a gentleman in a suit took off his ...
... for tourists. Made our way to the river through a nice park. Then took up offer of open air bus trip of city which took us around the gypsy area, the site of 1992 world trade fair. This cost 8 billion American dollars to build and looks as though it is to finished. There are a number of projects that are still not finished, some dating back to 1929. This might explain some of Spain's current situation.visited ...