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... 3pm and head directly to Seville. We will not make it there in time for our half-day tour this afternoon, but the city guide is available tomorrow. On the way to the hotel we make a brief stop at the Plaza de Espagna to see this magnificent square at dusk as the lights come on. We get back to the bus only to discover that four policemen are interrogating our Portuguese driver. There has been a terrible bus accident with many fatalities last week, and ...
... Early on, we stepped inside a local church that was absolutely filled from floor to ceiling with ornate, gold-leaf covered carvings and many solid silver accouterments at the altar. Morning mass was underway, so we stood quietly in the back of the church. Upon leaving, Concepcion felt the need to explain, "We Spaniards do not understand or enjoy the beauty of simplicity... We like ornate decoration very much." Walking around to the front of the City Hall and ...
... the landscape. Magenta bougainvillea draped over walls just as I imagined Andalusia. The ride was about 30 minutes. We were surprised that the bus dropped everyone off at the ferry port in Algeciras. He told us "only 5 minute walk to bus station", as he pointed to town. It turned out to be more like 25 minutes walking. I felt for a young German couple struggling with 2 toddlers in addition ...
... other time I wished I'd brought my sparkly miniskirt on this trip (the other time being our hostel in Sydney). We inevitably ended up back in Plaza del Salvador, where the square and the steps of the church overflowed with people enjoying their Thursday night. Workers broke down a stage that must have been used for some sort of performance that had just ended. It was a fabulous scene, and we dove right in for one last night in Spain.
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... like playgrounds, fountains, duck ponds, and gardens. It also has a hilltop gazebo with a waterfall, parrot island, and incredibly beautiful buildings. In the gardens there are little details to be discovered everywhere. The most impressive building in the park is the Plaza de Espaņa. Along the front of the building there is a map and historical scene for each of Spain’s fifty provinces. The pictures don’t capture it – you need to see it for yourself!