Monte Carmelo Hotel
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... I ponder this as I hike from the commuter train station towards the historical sector. I figure I should at least take another video clip of the extraordinary Plaza de Espana, one of the grandest plazas in the world. But unfortunately it’s all getting redesigned with construction material scattered all over the place, kind of spoiling the view. I head towards the area around the Giralda just to soak in the vibe of that place one more time. I come across a ...
... of the Spanish crown.
The gardens were very nice. They were laid out in geometric style. It was interesting to see influences incorporated by the Catholic rulers from the prior Islamic rulers.
Had a morning break in the cafeteria in the garden. A rather well fed cat surprised me by eating pastry shell. It was good we went early as it did get a bit crowded.
By noon or so we had completed our look at the regal residence. ...
... its number 1 economy. The cobble stoned old town is filled with windy roads curving at which ever direction, pretty easy to get lost, anyways, my phone GPS comes to the rescue and found myself walking toward the massive Gothic cathedral. It is supposedly the third largest Catholic basilica in the world after Rome and London. It is on the Guinness book of world record for the being the biggest catholic cathedral in the world in terms of area. It is ...
... the crowd is hushed as the bull thunders down the passage and enters the arena - though each bull reacts differently. Some bulls seem stunned to suddenly have left the maze of alleys and pens to arrive in the large open area and pause gazing around in fear, wonder or possibly a mix of both. Other bulls immediately sight the single matador waving his large pink and yellow cape and make an immediate charging run for what it must believe is a colourful fool who doesn't ...
... offices now. We walked along the inside of the Plaza checking out the various tiled alcoves, each representing a different province of Spain. I'm not sure how they decided on what picture would represent each province as there seemed to be at least 100 of them. Maybe it's more obvious if you are Spanish? A very pretty and impressive building nonetheless.
On our way back ...