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... the cathedral, this post would be a book. A couple highlights were the Giralda Tower, the High Alter and the Tomb of Columbus. We did the tower first, as was recommended by the cathedral staff, especially with the boys. It is a 330ft climb up through spiraling ramps (about 35 of them) to the top. The views are amazing and there are 24 bells that seem to ring at sporadic times. At the very top of the tower is a 4,500lb bronze statue ...
... 8217;s degrees in London in Environmental Arcetecture
(therefore we were quite interested). They were here for one night and
were going to check out an environmentally sustainable palace.
Interesting that their studies looked mostly at using the natural environment
and climate as an advantage without the cooling or heating of technology.
They worked with natural angles ...
... exhibition on Isabelle 1. She was a bit if a nasty character ( I think) who defeated the Arabs, got rid of the Jews and instigated the Spanish Inquisition. But she is now a saint & greatly admired by the Spanish as she & her husband Ferdinand really made Spain a single country. She was also the mother of Katherine of Aragon - Henry 8th wife. That was a bit different from what I expected but the Palace was good. Then it was a long walk back to the ...
... 5 minutes from our hotel. Michael left to explore while I went to flamenco. What a performance. It was absolutely mesmerizing! I could have watched it all again. The dancing was superb. A definite highlight in my trip. Michael had discovered a lovely new area of gorgeous shops and restaurants to walk through. Had a lovely dinner then finished off with yummy icecreams. A day to ...
... a brilliant blue sky and sunshine. The landscape on the drive over was not unlike country Victoria or SA - dry and sunburnt. On arrival we were advised we would be placed into three groups English, French and Spanish. We met our guide Carmen outside the Alcazar where she explained the history of the Alcazar and took us around the grounds - which were stunning. We also went to the Arab baths, the Chapel (main headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition - it is now used as a ...