Hotel Zenit Conde de Orgaz
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... of paintings by individual Spanish painters – Velazquez, Goya, Zurbaran, Murillo, El Greco, De Ribera, and Sorolla to name the most significant. I kind of expect to learn about the art of a country when I visit it, rather than just see paintings from everywhere. Third, the Prado has a substantial collection of great Flemish paintings since Belgium was long under Spanish Habsburg rule. I’m not all that keen on Rubens and his multitudes of chubby nude ...
... to the hotel.
The final stop on our tour through Seville was the huge Cathedral at the center of town. Again this was originally not a Cathedral but a Mosque built on the sight of a Roman ruin during the Moorish times. It was fascinating because as our tour guide pointed out the main bell tower actually served as a visual representation of the history of Seville. At the base you had the cornerstones which were placed there by the Romans, then the middle ...
... I still wish to get a job in the states and also settle down here more for the sake of my kids and also my future as a parent since I never ever want to become one of those Gangnam moms. Life is of course a lonely journey that you have to go through more or less alone, but still that lack of family is something that I do not know I am willing to deal with for the rest of my life. I honestly do not know and I am not going home this summer and this makes me sad and ...
... the café our new ‘regular place’. We decided to go
back to the district we were in yesterday to do some shopping, although I didn’t
buy anything Tamar did some serious damage and it was fun to walk around. We
walked the opposite way on the main road- Gran Via- then we did yesterday and
saw their museum district, the national bank, and parliament buildings, all of
which im sure we will spend a lot of time in during ...
... killed me. The 17 minute trip saw us go around nine roundabouts! They're everywhere and they all have at least two lanes and usually there's five or six exits.
Our class (16 people) was ridiculously small all day because a group missed the gates (senior students are allowed off the school grounds through a gate which teachers have to unlock). Eight of them spent all day in the studio (detention) which meant I got to know the ...