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Travel Blogs from Seville
The weather has been a bit of a let down today - we were hoping for a sunny day in Seville, but it's been raining constantly. Not the polite drizzle of Portland or London - but a huge downpour, reminiscent of the monsoons in Bombay!
We started the day at the Seville cathedral. The cathedral here is the third largest cathedral …
We started our morning with a visit to Basilica Macarena, the church that houses the famous weeping virgin statue - a statue of Mary with crystal tears down her cheeks.
We reached the church in time to see mass finish and Nitya lined up to get a rice wafer from the solemn priest (something like prasaad in a temple, we …
We caught an early train to a small Spanish city called Córdoba (en route to Seville) and got there by mid morning.
We first went to see the famous Mezquita. The Mezquita used to be a mosque and was subsequently converted into a catholic cathedral after the 16th century Christian invasion of the region. Interestingly, the …
... heading to the train station. Our train left at 2:45
and we all left feeling so in love with sevilla and so thankful for everything
it offered. I think this weekend is proof some things are just meant to happen.
After we got back to Madrid we ran home to change into our real Madrid gear. We
were so sweaty- we literally ran. I threw on some make up and we made it for
the second half of the real Madrid ‘classic’ game. We got a quick sandwich in
... it was only a memory. The taxi could only take us so far as the old town is closed to traffic. We put the wheels on our luggage through stringent testing as we trekked over the cobblestone streets to our apartment. The Plaza de la Alianza, where we are staying, is the quintessential Andalucian locale. I feel a bit like we are living on a movie set. The orange trees are in full, glorious bloom and their ...