Hotel Derby Sevilla
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... this week for one of my classes on Sephardic Jews and got to see some of the ancient prayer books and Torahs that were used by the "Sefarditas" as they are called here. The prayer books were written in Ladino, which is a mix between Spanish and Hebrew, in my opinion, a very cool combination!
Finally on Thursday we checked out the Templo de Debod once again. Last time we went we were too late to be able to see inside, but this time we got there (just barely) ...
... drove them out and reunified Spain in 1492. King Fernando then set about converting this edifice into a Christian Cathedral. Well, the guided tour was full of academic facts and we were awestruck with the details given and the layout and how two such differing religions have so much in common. How you can convert such a beautiful old building with out destroying the real structure is a credit to those involved and it is now another UNESCO World Heritage site..since ...
Travel day to Sevilla. Nygil went with me to the famacia to get drugs for my cold and then we headed for Sevilla. On the way Nygil had a quiz for us and Franci and I came in 5th so we get a prize. He will hand them out tomorrow night. We met our local guide at the Basilica de la Macarena. La Macarena is the "weeping virgin". Sculpted in the late 17th century she has 5 crystal tear drops on her cheek. During Holy Week the have big parades were they bring her out and other over ...
... I think I might be allergic to Sevillians... or a mixture of the city's main perfume: dust and pollen. I needed a day of rest anyways so I welcomed the opportunity and only went out at night when Pablo toured me about for the first time. My second day was spent doing a couple things. First, I went to the Cathedral in Sevilla. A famous structure, known for its bell tower and massive size, the cathedral is certainly an ...
... for some reason an hour earlier than expected, I parted company with Alana and Veronica and caught the metro towards my Couchsurfing host’s place, confronted again by a very unfamiliar language. I have to confess, about the only things that came to mind about Portugal before visiting were: ‘obrigado’, the word for thank you; the explorers Magellan and da Gama; and Nando’s… Yeah, I should have done some reading ...