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... pushing the buttons and sometimes the information for kids is the right amount of information. There is so much history and significance at these sites it can be overwhelming. I liked comparing the carvings in the alterpiece to a comic book depicting Jesus' life. We finished our cathedral tour by climbing to the top of the Giralda to look out over the city. Even on a cloudy day we could see many more interesting places for us to visit in the next few ...
... the Maria Luisa park and then walked back through this beautiful, not so British, kind of park. It's definitely colder today 14 to 16 degrees, so we are rugged up for the first time in ages.
The park is, not surprisingly, full of fountains and ponds and buildings that represented the countries in the 1929 Americas expo. The plantings similarly reflect the countries' exhibits. Now the university or other government instrumentalities have them. The Plaza de Espania is ...
It's our last day in Seville and we decide on a 'do nothing' day. We don't leave our room until after ten to look for food and the possibly a SIM card for the iPad, which we were advised by Vodafone at home to purchase once we got here. Several shops later we give up on the SIM card and decide on brunch. There are just so many eating places, that there is no rhyme or reason for choosing one - for us it's usually a place that has one seat in the sun and ...
... to have independence. There is a story about a woman from those times that was very independent for her time, her name was Carmen. She defended her rights inside the factory, and stabbed someone, for this she was sent to jail. Fortunately for her, the soldier in charge of taking her to jail, was a soldier she used to flirt with, and he let her go. The soldier lost all his rank and was sent to be just a sentinel for one of the entrance doors to the city. Their story doesn't end ...
... She said she is loving Seville and may not want to return to Peachtree City and I can't blame her, this place has it all! Did my blogging in the lobby in my spot on the sofa with a sangria. Tootled up to the roof top terrace and had another sangria by the pool. Showered and went to dinner at an outdoor cafe. Enjoyed a platter of paella, we were licking the plate it was so good!
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