Los Seises By Fontecruz
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Hola, I took a tour of the bull fighting ring that is right in the city. There is a very good museum of art, matadors outfits, paintings of famous matadors and heads of some of the famous bulls. Even the stuffed head of the mother of one of the more famous bulls. I asked our tour guide if any of the bulls have ever left the ring ...
... our school set up a special trip for us. We were supposed to go to the Royal Palace of Madrid, but since there apparently was a concert set up for that day, we could not go in and have our tour. Instead we went to San Francisco el Grande Basilica. It was designed in the 18th century with a neoclassical theme in mind, and the inside was incredibly extravagant. It's crazy how many churches there are in Europe and each one blows my mind every time with it's size, beauty, and ...
... with them! Around the Corner we find La Moneda. We continue with our new found trick of just asking the server their recommendation and going with that. Or just telling them to bring us four tapas sans pork. We don't know the word for pig yet, so after an short but entertaining round of taboo/charades which ended with me making a pig snout nose and us learning that pig is cerda. Our waiter brings us: Shark stew, fancy spaghetti-o's (although not in the shape ...
... pomp and ceremony! In the afternoon we visited the Gardens of the Alcazar - the gardens were beautiful, as were the pavilions and a lovely area to visit as it was about 35 degrees! That night we met up with a friend of the McMickings (Ian) and his partner Jose Carlos. Ian was once a shearer at Yerong Creek and now calls Spain home. Had a great night - tapas at a restaurant of their choice and it was fantastic. Nothing quite like local knowledge. As always, fell into bed at about ...
Afterward, we passed some of the carriages from the Feria. The women were all so beautifully dressed, but I will say that Seville was our hottest destination -- well into the 90's. How they survived with so much clothing was amazing......and I guess the men had it worse in their suits!