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... but only one other dish today, so should be able today in some dinner later.
We have planned to go back to la Carboniera for some more flamenco tonight. We go at 10pm this time and get a side table right next to the stage. It actually starts at 10pm, we had been told 11pm but there are different performers tonight. The dancer is younger, blonde and skinny and she dances more athletically than the one last night, with high leg ...
... I attended in both Granada and Sevilla. In 2010 UNESCO declared Flamenco to be one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
The Flamenco group this time was comprised of one guitar player, a singer and male and female dancers. This show was smaller and more “low key” than the one I saw in Granada. The performers were very good but to me they didn’t have the same type of dance or passion ...
It really was amazing. It's easy to forget as you're admiring these beautiful structures, beautifully tiled floors, and mosaic walls that this used to be someone's living room. I had to stop periodically and imagine how the room would feel the as the sultan received his visitors. I learned from paying close attention to my tutor (ie eavesdropping on a conversation between what appeared to be a tour guide and her client couple) that the sultan would ...
... quicker. The style is more fashionable here, more neutrals, high heels and scarves.
Transportation: There are cars, taxis, motorcycles, bicycles, trains that run through the city and horse-drawn carriages.
(More to come)
Yes, so all that I can say right now is that I am taking in the wonderful city of Sevilla with open arms and ready to try anything new --- including the squid.
... kneeling saint who was excised by thieves in 1874, eventually found in New York and placed back in the painting.
Video of Seville Cathedral Interior
The original mosque's minaret, La Giralda, still stands on one side. The top of the Giralda is a favorite place to get a panoramic view of the city and requires a climb on a series of gently sloped ramps (guards used to ride on horseback) up to the top. Constructed in the 12th century as ...
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