Sacristia de Santa Ana
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... a restaurant to have something small to eat. We hiked to the station, sat around for a bit, and then went into our bus to make the three-hour drive to Granada. We were all exhausted, and I, for one, slept a little on the bus. When we arrived in Granada, we walked the two blocks to our hotel and just fell into bed. It was a long day, and we knew we had to at least get a little bit of sleep before the next very busy day to come.
Today we took a 2 hr Segway tour of Sevilla. We are getting the knack of these things now and fairly hoot around, they get along at 20 kmh. The tour took us through Barrio Santa Cruz, The Juderia (Jewish Quarter), past Carmen's house and balcony, the tobacco factory where she worked and then out through Jardines de Marillo, Jardines de El Prado de San Sebastián and the Parque de ...
... the church.To be honest,this experience was really uncomfortable and I didn't want to try it again.
In addition, the most strange thing happened yesterday was that I had had the same dream as a week ago.Actually,I'm confused about it.
The pictures of the church and the sycamore are shown ...
... on a history of 3 cultures- Jewish, moorish and catholic. Because the wave of catholic 'claiming back' took 500 years longer to get to the south the influence is a lot more here than in the north which historically focused more on the civil war (that's what I thought anyway)
The architecture here ...
... was blowing his whistle before every crossing the rest of the way, just to be on the safe side.
Walked around town today, visited many of the charming squares and neighborhoods. Found a happening tapas bar, Bodega Santa Cruz. FUN, energetic, locals place with a smattering of tourists that were just trying to pull it together. I looked on the board, and ordered a Pringa. A) it was the first thing on the board and B) Rhymes ...