Sacristia de Santa Ana
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... not attend a bullfight, nor were we interested), the university (housed in a former tobacco factory, and in fact a location where oldest daughter Kylie attended classes during her year-long study abroad in Sevilla during her junior year at U of O), and the Plaza de Espana (built for a 1929 international fair), among other sites.
What a stunningly beautiful city!
When we finished the tour, we caught a bite to ...
... to enter the Palace. We discovered a shop selling original craft items from Seville arts. The quality of the work was outstanding, so a couple of small mementos were purchased. Then it was off for some more OMG moments. Alcazar is similar to Alhambra in Granada but smaller, better preserved and with a lot less tourists! I will give you the website for you to check it out as I don't think I would do it justice but maybe my photos will. ...
... while others date back centuries to Spain’s "Golden Age".
The entire center of the city becomes a pedestrian zone and gets hard to travel through even on foot. Over the course of the week about 200,000 people participate in the processions in some way or another, about a quarter of Seville’s population of approximately 800,000. That means around 3,000 er cofradia or procession on average and each procession can take hours to pass a particular spot. I should point ...
... one has to appreciate the craftsmanship that went into the carving and painting of the pieces. The photos don't show the detail of the workmanship. The place was really over the top.
I was lucky to have figured out a way to bet standing in line for well over an hour to get in. The ticket to the cathedral also includes a lesser church about 1/2 mile away. So what you do is you go to the lesser church which has no line, do a quick ...
Left the hotel at 8.00am this morning and it was still dark. We have a full driving day to Madrid with a couple of stops every couple of hours on the way. First stop is at the town of Cordoba where our very passionate and interesting local guide - Enrique - showed us through the local church which used to be a mosque. Another example of ...