Monte Carmelo Hotel
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Seville is a town that I have taken a while to get the feel of. It is big and the tourist attractions or sights are scattered all over the place, It doesn't help that I chose to stay away from the centre so I have to be aware of the many buses and the routes they take around town, and how I can get back to where I am staying from where I am going. It doesn't help that I don't speak Spanish and few people speak English, and it doesn't ...
... of the Jesus paso from the far side of a square where I was standing in wait for another procession. There are so many processions in Seville during Semana Santa that they sometimes cross each other’s routes and temporary block their progress.
I somehow managed to position myself perfectly right in front of the Museo de Bellas Arte (Fine Arts Museum) as the Cofradria de El Museo (totally black outfits) started its procession at dusk. ...
... very impressive. We then made our way back out and onto the bus to our next location.
We pulled up next to an impressive fountain commemorating Christopher Columbus and his trip to the America’s. It was here we learned that Seville is one of the sites of filming for Game of Thrones Season 5, more specifically it is chosen as the kingdom of Dawn. (That got most of the group buzzing) We then made our way through a park filled with different trees that were ...
This morning we again had to pack up to move onto our next stop. But first we did a tour in Cordova of the old city, in particular the Jewish quarter where the Jewish people used to live & then the mosque/cathedral in Cordova. This was a really interesting morning moving through the narrow streets and then into the mosque/cathedral. This building was just extraordinary. It was built by the Moors in the 8th century. It was the largest mosque outside ...