Sacristia de Santa Ana
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... and finished up by seeing the Macarena Church, which the girls proceeded to dance to the Macarena in front of and drew quite crowd of onlookers. The train ride home was long even on a high speed train, about three hours, but it was nice and relaxing after a tiring weekend. Sevilla seemed like an amazing place and I wish I had more time to explore there. The culture is definitely different from that of Madrid, although I am still glad Madrid is where I'm studying.
... of our fellow passengers before heading back for bed. Sunday 31st August We are off to Toledo today so at 8.30 we left Madrid with our travelling companions and made south for an hour before we arrived in this medieval city. It has about 85,000 citizens of which 12,000 live in the city itself. The scene set from our viewing position high above the city was awe inspiring . The Alcazar and Cathedral set amongst other ancient buildings. This was the capital of Spain in moorish ...
... Other than the rude man selling tickets (we also met an awful woman at the Mushroom) the cathedral experience was peaceful and awe inspiring. I have never seen that much detail and I was marveling at the structures as well as the intricate and ornate religious relics.
Tonight Emily brought me to her salsa class, which is free and takes place in the basement of the University's ...
... indulging in our lunch we went to see the enormous cathedral which is mostly over the top in decoration and gilding but the Giralda bell tower, which was previously a minaret, is still a delightful building and gives spectacular views of Seville. After a late lunch we had a rest on the roof terrace of our apartment block. The weather remains lovely and we were able to eat dinner out doors again - more yummy tapas including pigs cheeks, anchovies and ...
We are now in Seville. The bus got us here 15 mins before it's scheduled time of 5:30am. We somehow shook ourselves awake and caught a bus to our Airbnb host in la Macarena about 10 mins away. As you can imagine we didn't get much sleep on the bus. We were hoping with crossed fingers that the room might just be available and we might be able to get some much needed rest till 11 am or ...