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... in April. The nice thing is most museums are not expensive to get into. This one was 1.50€ which is really nothing. The art started out sort of heavy with serious religious art. I figured even if I didn't like the art the frames were art enough! It all ended on a lighter note when I saw a painting I recognized by Senet. And then there was a Miro and Picasso, Rene Magritte and others. The building itself was wonderful, ...
... I hadn’t yet met
anyone with whom I could converse and feel like a unique human being. Though the
locals have been polite, I was feeling very anonymous. Being an introvert there
is a certain amount of that feeling I seek out in order to preserve space for
my inward, quiet, way of processing. But in the States that was in a context
of available, regular, relationships. The other piece was that I couldn’t get
... in the hotel lobby until showtime.
First, the guitar player and singer performed. They were just getting warmed up. The tall dark male flamenco dancer performed next, pounding his steps into the stage in sync with the singer and guitar player. He wasn't a sex god but his performance was intense.
The woman dancer joined at the next song and the full complement of performers were on stage. ...
... the first and second floors. You will be able to tell where the newer (19c) additions were added. It is quite beautiful.
... of Spain: Castille, Leon, Aragon and something. One of the statues holds an ore symbolizing the travel across the seas, the other holds the Christian cross stabbing a pomegranate signifying the Reconquista of Granada in 1492.
There was the silver altar that originally used to be at the front of the cathedral and is now only used for special occasions. Only 2/3 of it is the original silver since Napoleon melted ...