Travel Blogs from Seville
... decided to go out and see the town and we were in luck becuase that was the last day of La Feria. La Feria is week long party and has countless tents filled with delicious food and people dancing the Flamenco (it is said that it originated from Seville). We met Mike, an American from Miami and had a great time.
What is wonderful about Mafi is she has a warm and welcoming personality. She had no problem telling me all about the types of ...
... all of the hallmarks of southern Spain together for one week: bullfights, horses, flamenco dresses, music, dancing, drinking sherry, and very late nights.
The fairgrounds are huge and divided into two sections. One half is a giant midway filled with carnival games and rides; the other half is like a mini-town with streets lined by casetas. Inside a caseta is a bar serving food and drinks, tables and chairs, and a dancing area. Most of the casetas are privately owned ...
... place too. Amazzzzzzing history...the stories of Seville, and the numerous tragedies, changes in government, wars, revolutions and more are evident in the people and the sights. With over 60% unemployment right now, Seville is struggling. But as I learned, it's a city of playing pretend!! They've done it since they were civilized as a city!! You dress up and make people think you have money. Very clever!! But the streets here are charming, even if they're more ...
Finally I decided to travel the world with my mystery dream.
After say goodbye to my dad. I bought 60 sheep (My dad give me 3 nish dollars)
I slept in an abondand church with my sheep. I still have that dream someone told me that i shoud ...
... is beautiful. The lace plastering, painted ceramic tiles, intricate wood carvings, domes, ironwork & stone, combine to complete the magnificent & stunning rooms & courtyards. The majestic, surrounding gardens frame the history & cool & soften the rigid structure of the palace itself. The day prior to leaving we happened upon the most amazing plaza in the history of "our" world. "Plaza de La Espano". It was 42 degrees so ...
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