Hostal Vincent Van Gogh
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... in Seville. The numerous rooms, patios and halls vary in architectural styles from the Islamic to Neoclassical. The beautiful gardens and fountains are especially worth visiting. By the time we finish the tour, the temperature has climbed once again. After a quick lunch at a café close to the hotel, we head to the cool of our room for a siesta. Once refreshed, we cross the square by the cathedral and get to ...
... a total population of around 9 million in the region. The city is
situated along the Guadalquivir River, the main river in southern Spain which
flows into the Atlantic after passing through a broad agricultural plain in the
center of the province. To the north is a low mountain range named the Sierra
Morena which separates Andalusia from Castile and to the south of the valley a
set of higher more rugged ranges between the Guadalquivir and the Mediterranean
... merchandise and a few bull heads mounted on the walls. We made our way through the plain hallway out into the main ring. Around the massive pit of sand was simple seating made from bricks and stone under the open sky surrounded by a roofed standing area. It was here we learned the origins of bull fighting and more about the sport. It started back in the medieval times where they would train knights on horseback by letting a bull charge at them, they then had to kill ...
... next day so eight of us students in the class went out to a bar and got a few buckets of beer to share. After we went back to the hotel for the night.
The next day we were up bright and early ready to go. Sevilla is huge so there was a lot we had to cover. We started by going to the Alcazar (a castle) and took a tour of it. Once we arrived we found out we would only be able to complete about half of the tour because the other half was occupied as the ...
... weekends, takes me to restaurants, and is just all around someone you would all adore. Having these close friendships has been awesome for my Spanish because, aside from the continuous practice, it has opened up a whole new vocabulary that is used between friends and not in front of professors. Learning to express emotions in Spanish has been a new and exciting experience. I have been super good about getting out and exploring-- one of my classes is about ...