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... letter-spacing: normal; word-spacing: 0px; white-space: normal; widows: 1; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; background-color: rgb(245, 246, 248); -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">Next, onto the San Salvador Church, which was the second part of our two-church ticket.
... to it is the Giralda tower, which was built in 1150 as a mineret for the mosque which was later built over by the Cathedral. The tower has 34 ramps that you climb up to the top for a view over the city, the ramps were put in so that the muezzin could ride his horse to the top when it was time to make the call to prayer. It takes an effort to climb 35 ramps in 35 degree temps so I might pass this trip. The tower was converted to ...
... need to learn something about childcare from Africans. African women put their babies in a sash and carry them on their back or hip which is a much more efficient means of child transport in thick crowds than putting the kids in a stroller. Or even hoist the kids onto your shoulders if necessary but never ever bring a stroller into a crowd of wall-to-wall people.
By Wednesday my enthusiasm was fading further and I only stopped by at ...
... the other side. We bought our tickets and entered through the gates. We entered into the first of many garden courtyards lines with a hedge and a few other trees and bushes inside with stone arches on the far side. Through the arches we found ourselves in a paved courtyard with the option of three directions. We took a right and entered the building. Inside was a room that had been converted into a chapel. It had a large religious artwork in the centre but what caught my ...
... donated by different South American countries & Spain for the world fair they had in Seville in 1929. It seems the use a was for Seville to gain these buildings & so help the city. We stopped at the one Spain gave & it was quite incredible with scenes in tiles of all the communities (like States) of Spain. After that we walked through the old city. Geoff is very excited because there are 2 aqueducts here- a Roman one & an Arab one. We ...