Exe Isla Cartuja
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... the Seville cathedral more than the Mezquita in Cordoba or not. The latter is more unique in style but spent more time inside the former.
Time for a spot of lunch in proper Spanish time. Service was pretty poor but a red wine, some calamari and anchovies went down well [11E].
Sought out the Museo de los Indios, the third World Heritage Site part of Seville. Its Cuban mahogany shelves house records of the Spanish exploration of ...
... and then to the cathedral and buy pass the long line because you already have a ticket! And it worked! When I was standing in line at the first church I was talking to some fellows from Soith Korea and they had figured out the same thing. They asked me if I had been to the Alhambra and I said no and they told me how to avoid having to buy the ticket ahead of time and stand in a long line. Good things to know! Enjoy the photos. Adventure ...
... the Mezquita that it was difficult to retain it. Ian bought a book on the history of Spain while we were in Granada, so he is able to provide additional information as required. After we finished touring the Mosque we had free time to explore the city. Ian and I decided lunch was our number one priority. We had planned to explore some more and check out the shops but we ran out of time, as service was a bit slow. During the bus trip back to Seville most people dozed, ...
... for the more extensive and genuine Moorish designs of the Alhambra
and Morocco itself, and I feel like I am on the exact right path towards
I also appreciated how clean this city is. There are street cleaners always on the job, bathrooms smell nice, and the whole place has the aroma of jasmine, baked goods and incense.
On Sunday I began to feel melancholy as my family was
gathering to ...
What a difference two weeks can make! During Semana Santa our neighbourhood was wall-to-wall people and now, two weeks later, it's a ghost town. Many of the shops are closed and the streets are deserted. Where is everyone? They’re across the river at the Feria de Abril, Seville’s big fair. On the main roads there is a steady stream of people, horses, and taxis headed for the fairgrounds. The people and the horses are dressed up, many of them in traditional costumes. The ...