Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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... 5:00 PM we drove to the place where we would have dinner and see the Flamenco Show. It's attached to the beautiful bull ring. One of the lead dancers, Ima did a presentation for us on the Flamenco and all of the clothing and other items they use, such as the castanets. We had a nice dinner at 6:00 and at 7:00 we went to the next room for a 90 minute show. It was very good and a lot of fun.
It was our last day in Spain after two ...
... br> Jewish neighborhood, an especially picturesque but touristy part of town with narrow
winding streets, courtyards, garden squares, and rpetty restored building with
lots of tiles. It’s the Spain of the imagination, the one tourists want to see,
so it’s full of small boutique hotels and restaurants and tapas bars with
jacked up prices. It was totally different in atmosphere from the rest of the
city during Semana Santa, including the Centro neighborhood where ...
... earn up to 300,000 euro from one night of fighting. We then left the ring and entered into the museum. Here we saw some lances and pokers that were used in the old times on horseback to kill the bulls as well as many impressive artworks depicting the act of both knights and servants fighting together. The next room was filled with many traditional outfits of the bull fighters. They still wear the same style of clothes out of tradition. All the intricate hand stitched ...
... next day so eight of us students in the class went out to a bar and got a few buckets of beer to share. After we went back to the hotel for the night.
The next day we were up bright and early ready to go. Sevilla is huge so there was a lot we had to cover. We started by going to the Alcazar (a castle) and took a tour of it. Once we arrived we found out we would only be able to complete about half of the tour because the other half was occupied as the ...
... and helpful, they remind me a lot of teachers at Thacher. They are very interested in us exploring the city and having fun, not just doing homework. On Saturday I actually went for a run with one of my teachers and then we had a couple beers, which was pretty cool after having just two classes with him. It may or may not come as a surprise, but I haven't spent a night outside of Sevilla since I've been here. After traveling in so many cities, ...