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... in former sites of cathedrals then losing out to the Christians who once again conquered them and built their palaces on top of these sites. The rooms were purposely built in a confusing room plan and the visit takes you through a series of gardens, a welcome reprieve from the sun! We then went to meet our tour guide Conceptión (conthepthion) who have us an informative tour of the cathedral. It has an incredible history with the remains ...
... the kids enjoyed a few rides, we left the fairgrounds to walk through old Seville. We saw the most popular attractions: an old Berber tower, a Catholic's Archbishop's palace, the arena of the world's most well-known bullfighting festivals, and a current royal palace in an ancient Moorish ...
Last Friday, the 14th we arrived in Seville. We stayed in a lovely apartment in a small, but popular street. Our apartment was very spacious, with 3 rooms: two bedrooms, and a main living room/kitchen area. All rooms looked out into the centre of the building, a beautiful courtyard. The courtyard was a seated area, with a small fountain. It was very beautiful, and quite Spanish.
We've seen many courtyards now, throughout our ...
... donated by different South American countries & Spain for the world fair they had in Seville in 1929. It seems the use a was for Seville to gain these buildings & so help the city. We stopped at the one Spain gave & it was quite incredible with scenes in tiles of all the communities (like States) of Spain. After that we walked through the old city. Geoff is very excited because there are 2 aqueducts here- a Roman one & an Arab one. We ...
... our group meeting. The formalities were done and we boarded our coach for a drive around the top tourist points of Madrid. First stop, the magnificent Plaza De Toro (main bullfighting ring). This is a huge moorish styled building that seats about 20,000. On to the main "square " in Madrid that is anything but "square". It was teeming with people and buskers and beggars around two huge fountains and a statue of King Carlos 3rd on horseback. We enjoyed a tapas dinner and ...