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... of church interiors in Seville but did visit a few.
Seville’s second largest and second most important church is
that of El Divino Salvador, the divine savior, and it is totally Baroque with
lots of frilly gilded surfaces. Yes, almost everything seems covered in gilt.
The church was packed on my visit, not with worshippers but with Semana Santa
visitors taking a closer look at the Pasos (Jesus ...
... I did go into the Reals Alcazar which was amazing. I could have taken so many photos, the place and the gardens were breath taking. I have included a few.
The funniest thing I saw was this...on the sideways ever so often you see black people with sheets spread out and they are selling things, scarfs, knockoff purses, watches and the likes. I was looking across the street at them and I noticed one woman going ...
... to detail in every inch of every church.
Side note: this was also the day that my amazing friends and co-workers at WTOP-10 in Oswego worked on some amazing projects in preparation fir the 10th Annual Media Summit at my school. This year's notable attendees included the TODAY Show's Al Roker, Charlie Rose from the Charlie Rose show on PBS, and Steve Levy from ESPN's SportsCenter. Although I only got to watch some of the amazing day on the live stream, I know they ...
... We are nearing the end of the bullfighting season, which runs from April to October. Neither of us were interested in seeing an actual bull fight - which involves 3 matadors and 6 bulls which all must be killed within a 2 hour 20 minute time period - but it was quite interesting nonetheless. The visit included a tour of the bullfighting museum. Their costumes and capes would have made Liberace quite envious. We then visited the neighbourhood of Triana, home ...
... I'd go along and see what it's like. I managed to get a good spot on the side of the road and was surrounded by kids holding plastic bags to collect sweets in. I thought, how many sweets are they expecting on getting? There's only three kings and they have to go all the way around the city (the Seville parade lasts for about 6 hours!). How foolish of me. I should know by now that Spain doesn't do things by half! There were loads of floats that came by, marching ...