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... the large boulevards, most streets only allow one car. Makes it interesting when drivers have to encounter cyclists and pedestrians. Even more interesting when a taxi must stop to drop off customers and a huge lineup of cars are behind, honking! Our hotel is in the old central district and is quite stunning - named Amadeus with the music theme running throughout. There are three pianos available for guest - ...
... br> Jewish neighborhood, an especially picturesque but touristy part of town with narrow
winding streets, courtyards, garden squares, and rpetty restored building with
lots of tiles. It’s the Spain of the imagination, the one tourists want to see,
so it’s full of small boutique hotels and restaurants and tapas bars with
jacked up prices. It was totally different in atmosphere from the rest of the
city during Semana Santa, including the Centro neighborhood where ...
... to flee out the other door and came out around a large pool complete with fountain and fish with an amazing view over some of the gardens. We then found our way down and into the gardens. The first garden we entered was called the Ladies garden. It was neat and tidy with well-trimmed bushes and a large variety of trees and flowers around well-defined paths. (It was really cool worthy of a royal palace) We then chased a peacock through some archways to find a huge ...
... of Thrones. It would have been nice if we had time to see the actual Alcázar, but knowing that we were walking where celebrities had been filming just two weeks ago felt pretty cool too!
One other thing I forgot to mention is a holiday that took place this past Saturday called All Saints Day. Here in Spain, Halloween is not as big as it is in the US, but it has recently been gaining a lot of popularity. All Saints Day, however takes place the day after ...
... during a particular Holy Week procession. The brotherhoods or church groups prepare all year for the processions during Holy Week. Each of the 60 neighborhood groups has a large altar float which is hand carried through the streets of Sevilla during a very precisely kept schedule during Holy Week. The processions vary in length from three to 14 hours depending upon the home churches distance to the Sevilla Cathedral and back. The processions during ...