Los Seises By Fontecruz
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I had great plans for The Madrugada, the set of processions
that start out after midnight on Good Friday, the last night before Jesus’s
crucifixion, and go all through the night and into the morning. The women of the
city were out in special garb for the day, lacy black dresses with a
comb/headdress of some sort from which a veil flowed down the back of their
head and a lacy veil fell over their faces. This, of ...
... zone before 8am.
He gets a nice surprise when he sees the car - a smashed side window.
Someone had broken into the car to steal anything of value.
But luckily there was nothing in it, so nothing taken, police report done and easily fixed
already with a local repairer, and at no cost because insurance covers it all.
It could have been way worst but in ...
... I needed a way to relax. I asked Juan about hammams in Seville and he pointed me to one but warned me that it might be a little expensive. Over 50 euros including a 30 mins massage. Acceptable. It was great. The whole place was spread over two floors and the basement where the water was heated. The top floor is for changing and the massages and the bottom floor contained a jacuzzi, normal bath, hot bath, cold bath, steam room, freakishly cold bath, relaxing area ...
... a couple of large swans in a pond and a heap of pigeons hanging out at the Plaza de America.
The Plaza de Espana is actually located within the park. My guide book says it was built to showcase Spain's industry and technology exhibits. Yeah OK, whatever that means. It's basically a huge half-circle of buildings accessible over a moat by some bridges. Apparently it's mainly used ...
... because the man spoke so rapidly and for such a long time that we couldn't actually understand him and decided taking a picture was a better use of time than attempting to comprehend. Casa de Pilatos would have housed a very rich family but what is of most interest within the home are the 120 different styles of tile. Walking throughout the home, like the palace, gives you a sense of how much decoration was used. Every inch ...