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... over time respecting what was there before them and then sympathetically adding to it to create this wonder an eternal memory of architectural wonder- if only history books were like the Real Alcazar. I could of easily visited it a second time during our stay and we met a few people who visit it each time they are in Seville. If you ever get the chance, GO!!! To compliment our Alcazar visit we 'stumbled' across Seville's absolutely ...
... a lens. Speaking of which, his eye is 80% recovered.
Many of the Arabic style buildings have a large step, then a small one down into the water features, so one way of entertaining oneself whilst waiting for the photographers, is to watch all the tourists trip then look down. I started a tally board.
Current reflections on Spain, including Seville: they are having an ice cream and tobacco led economic recovery.
... the detail in Arabic architecture is astounding. I liked something that the tour guide said: Mosques and other Islamic buildings are very often plain on the outside while the interior is beautifully decorated. This becomes a religious symbol for a person who should strive for beauty on the inside instead of the outside. I'd never thought of it like that before.
In the afternoon I went to the Torre de Oro (the Golden Tower) and walked along the Guadalquivir river. In ...
Sevilla is beautiful, quiet, and warm. Today it reached 23 degrees Celsius!
Throughout my time in Spain, I have met two separate people from Portland, both of which I have very unexpected things in common with.
In Madrid, I had just checked out of my hostel and was eating a snack in the kitchen before I headed out for the day. A guy in the kitchen ...
Today our classes were cut short, meaning that we would only have to be at the center from 9 until 11am. On my program, Thursday classes are always shortened so that students can have a chance to tour interesting sites around Sevilla. Today my group's destination was El Alcázar de Sevilla! This place is located only about 5 minutes from the center, so we were able to walk right over there. We entered the grounds of the Alcázar and I instantly felt an ...