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Today is our longest train journey. We leave Barcelona Sants station at 9.35 and get into Seville at 20.30. The metro journey was very straightforward and we even got to say goodbye to a sleepy Sandra. We boarded the train after a bit of confusion at the platform since the train there was not to Barcelona and was 15 minutes late into the platform prompting a bit of ...
... to enjoy some of the training sessions, the palace, museum and
beautiful grounds before the show. I was
in tears for 90 minutes. But they were
tears of joy and appreciation. Nothing can compete artistically with the
Cavalia shows in the States and Canada, but this intimate, authentic
performance of beautiful athletes set to classical music is worth traveling to
Spain for, if you are a horse lover like myself. Horses were my first love (and at ...
... me. Such contrast between the lush jasmine, colorful hibiscus, joyful bougainvillea, multi-hued reflections on the white stucco,
and the trash (and dog s**t) everywhere. Such weathered, seeming wise, and
gracious people in the town. What a devotion they have to their beaches, ritualized,
daily visits, the pod of retirees in the early morning steadily being displaced
by extended, well-tanned families, their bright umbrellas and picnics ...
... even got very close to several pieces of work (watched carefully by the security staff), literally inches away. Wanted to bring home one piece, a ceramic tile in vibrant colours. Several streets away was The Cathedral of Malaga. Very difficult to get a perspective as the streets have built up around it through the centuries. Started mid 1400's on a Moorish site, and added to in phases, mainly 1600's. Claimed to be the largest Cathedral in the ...
We took a day trip to the city of Cadiz.
January 30. Wednesday
This morning we decided we would have a day trip to Cadiz. It is only about 30 miles away so we packed a few essentials (kettle, tea and coffee) and, at 10:30 am, set off for along the coastal road towards the city. It was another promising cloudless day.
The geography of the Cadiz area is interesting. ...