NH Central Convenciones
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... comes next. I head across the old city, through the tourist packed alleys, wandering back and forth to whenever something catches my eye. By the time I reach the impressive Moorish walls on the other side, a couple of hours have slipped away, and it’s still a long ways to the edge of town. I opt to just spend the evening here in Sevilla-- no need to rush things. I visit the Andalusian parliament building, the walkway of Hercules… opt for something more ...
... part of the procession. Many ordinary people were also in the procession, perhaps generous contributors to the church.
I was impressed by the number of suits of chaps young and old. Religion is something taken more earnestly in this very Catholic country. That it was Palm Sunday undoubtedly played a role in attire too.
There was a general buzz in the crowd. When the float came out, however, there was a relative quiet, out ...
... saw Christopher Columbus' final resting place, his tomb is carried by 4 kings . Finally I arrived at the base of the Griselda tower and climb all the way to the top for a grand view of the city. The tower foundation is Roman, base and mid section is Moorish and top is Catholic, shows the progression of the bell tower all through the years occupied by different kingdoms. The climb is not stairs but series of slopes, it was the former minerat where Moors hike up ...
... around the ring. The bull is constantly engaged and undoubtedly enraged as it runs madly chasing thin air. Much energy is expended as the bull races around in a quest for something most elusive.
A trumpet fanfare announces the next phase - the arrival of the the pair of picadors each atop their heavily armoured horses. The matador's team manipulate the bull into a position for the lead picador to play his role of the event and this is a most spectacular ...
We left Córdoba after breakfast and have an expresso at a nice, local café which we had spotted on our walking tours. Now we were heading for Sevilla ! Where we arrived after two hours - normally it takes a bit more than 1 1/2 hour - front of our hotel, having rounded the city by the south. OK, directions are not easy to read/understand and we are not in a hurry. ...