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... br> The highlight was being able to go to the top of the Giralda tower for panoramic views of Seville. The Giralda is actually the former minaret of the mosque that stood on the site under Muslim rule. The Catholics decided to turn it into a bell tower for the Cathedral when they took over...want not waste not I guess. The walk up was actually very easy as instead of stairs there are 36 ramps to walk up. The views were ...
... is buried.
We have been eating our meals sometimes-in, sometimes-out. It is not super warm in Seville at night, and given that we are well and truly on Spanish time now – up by 10AM, dinner at 9PM - and given that a lot of restaurant seating is out of doors, eating out can get interesting. The Northern Californians are used to the idea of eating outside under a heater in cold weather; the Vermont contingent had some more adjusting to ...
... When we got off the bus we got our first glimpse of the cathedral. A photographer came and took a group picture which we will get tomorrow before we leave. Our first stop was the Alcazar or Moorish Castle. This castle was built in the Moorish style by Christian Monarchs. So it is Mudejar style which is a mixture of Islamic and Christian elements. It was reminiscent of the Alhambra but had many more patterns of ceramic tiles ...
... a fantastic tapas bar in a food market and ate the best thing on our adventure - big green olives stuffed with semi sun dried toms then wrapped in white anchovy fillets. We loved them so much we ate there at some stage every day we were in Barcelona - oh yes and the waiters might have been OK too!Another highlight of this town was the Picasso museum, which had an extra exhibition of his self portraits which was fascinating.I must admit one night when we were having our ...
After our long trip to Cordoba, we returned to Sevilla to attend a bull fight (in Spanish, a "corrida").
During our corrida, there were 6 different bulls and 3 toreros (matadors) - 2 bulls for each. For those of you who do not know the process of a bull fight, I'll give a quick overview:
A corrida has three parts, or "terceros."
Part 1 - el tercero de varas. In this part, the matador uses ...