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... on our travels through Andalusia. Some will be cliché and stereotypical, but they left an impression, so I'll mention them.
Andalusia is horses, pork, and the Catholic Church. All are pervasive, public and revered. (Yes, this is stereotypical and our Spanish friends might not be interested in any of them. Except for the jamón!) As a Canadian, they are a near constant presence which we are not used to. Our children learned a lot about the ...
... and find the treasure, and it would make him rich.
The same day when he began to read his book, an old man sat down next to him. The man began talking to him and asked what book he was reading. Santiago showed him and the man said that it was about people failing to find their personal legends. The book talks about how everyone believes in the worlds greatest lie, "We loose control and our lives become controlled by fate." the man told ...
... Plaza DE Toros DE la maestranza. The famous bull fighting ring. As promised to my daughter and Irene I did not see a bull fight. But the building itself is rather cool.
Apparently this magnificent bullring is considered to be one of the finest in Spain and is one of the oldest and most important in the world. Although many of the younger generation in Spain abhor the sport, it remains phenomenally ...
... I bet their actual rooms have more comfortable modern furniture and flat screen TVs.
One of the coolest areas of the Alcazar was also one of the least tourist-packed when we were there. It's not as over-the-top pretty as the main Palace spaces, but it's full of history - the original House of Trade. It was ordered built by the Catholic Monarchs in 1503 to regulate ALL of the trade with/through the New World. This is where the discovery and trade voyages ...
... change and was told that it would take a maximum of 10 minutes on the metro. We were lied to and arrived at our destination as the next train we were meant to be on was leaving. After being sent here the and everywhere we eventually made it to an information desk when they charged us €10 each to catch the next train at 10am, it was now 9:45. We proceeded to the platform '7' which w marked on the board but it left us with confusion when on the platform ...