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... the way, I see a sign that says that this is a pilgrimage route for the "Camino de Santiago". I thought that the famous pilgrimage route is from southern France to northwest Spain. I guess this is another, lesser known route. So I guess, technically I can say I walk the Camino de Santiago, at least a few steps... Algaba has nice little historical core, built around an imposing tower and a cozy little plaza... a pleasant ending to my ...
... it was really a quick visit, and back to the hotel for room service, oh how we love room service :) and we had the roll in table that the sides came up so we could sit and eat dinner respectably, but we still sat on the bed, and ate from the table:)
While we are looking forward to Cadiz the weather reports are dismal......but I guess that means nothing to do but rest :)
... 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 ...
a significant contrast to Madrid and Barcelona, two cities which have small
historical centers but are mostly cities of broad boulevards and 19th
century elegance. Seville, though, is overwhelmingly a city of Renaissance and
Baroque eras, at least in its central parts. The outer areas of the city,
though, are as modern and nondescript as anywhere in Spain.
I specifically planned my time in Seville to coincide with
Semana Santa, ...
... next week for Christmas. Very exciting!
Just in case any of you are on the old-fashioned side and haven't gotten your cards in the mail yet, I do have a street address and would be thrilled to hear from you via snail-mail:
Republica Argentina 37-1A
Much love to all, and to all a good night :)