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... than the wonderment of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, are the treasures to be seen in this huge space. Chapels along the sides of the cathedral are lined with those lucky enough to be the benefactors of the cathedral, or want the best stairway to heaven. The main altar is a sight to be seen. The sculptures at the top are made in ratio to the bottom pieces so they all look the same height from your places in front of it. Unfortunately, the altar is not seen by the common folk who ...
... empty stream lay before a rock bridge and we spotted a stand of what appeared Australian gums! We stopped and checked it out and the crushing of a leaf released that distinctive smell of gum oil. Wow!!! What the hell is this? We later spied numerous other stands of gums as we travelled through the day.
We eventually tracked down the village of Olvera perched on a ridge with both a castle and a church steeple dominating the skyline with both towering over the multitude of ...
... everything is a bit more "touristy" and built –up. West of Gibraltar – on the Atlantic - you get into beaches more commonly used by the Spaniards. The water is beautiful, the sand is fine, the living is easy, and tuna is on the menu. If you like fried sea-food, Andalusia is for you (I’ll admit, it is pretty tasty.) We thought tuna would be cheap given we were in the right place at the right time, but not the case. About 90% of the tuna caught ...
... going out for a stroll into the Plaza de Espania.
The Plaza de Espania was built in 1929, just 7 years before the civil war In 1936. This plaza is superbly impressive, every bit as good as all the plazas we've visited, perhaps even a little bit better in some cases. Our plaza experience topped off a terrific day, where we then made our way beck to the hotel room feeling happy about Seville. Anyone going to Spain should definitely visit ...
About a week ago, I was FaceTiming my mom when she told me the news that she would be returning to Sevilla again. She hated being home in the States and felt that she didn't see enough of the city while she was here a couple of weeks prior. Today was the day that she would be getting in. I waited till after lunch to go greet her at the Dona Maria where she stayed when she was here recently with my dad. I walked 15 minutes to the hotel only to find that she was ...