Sacristia de Santa Ana
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June 6, June 7, June 8- Day 21, 22, 23
Well the south definitely treated
us well… this entry will cover our adventures in the beautiful Sevilla Spain.
At first I was slightly hesitant going to Seville because I didn’t know a lot
about it, however; I loved this weekend. Sevilla is probly one of my favorite
places I have ever been. I had great company in Amanda and Tamar and it was
just the perfect weekend.
Our Friday morning ...
... is the largest Gothic cathedral, and the third largest church in the world. Construction started in the year 1401 and lasted more than 100 years before it was finally complete. The cathedral is absolutely massive, with the ceiling rising more than 100 feet from the ground. Inside, there were a ton of different artifacts to see, including the Treasury and the tomb of Christopher Columbus.
Attached to the Cathedral is La Giralda, a mineret (converted to ...
Today was an exceptional day! The Catholic Church in Esteponia advertised an English Mass. So, we headed out very excited to worship in our own language for the first time since July! The drive through Estepona's Main Street followed the ocean and was very pretty. And the church building was large and, surprisingly, modern. We could glimpse its impressive interior through an open door. However, we couldn't get in because the property was surrounded by a wrought iron fence that ...
... too, but not as humid, and it made a big difference...if you are going to Seville, especially during warmer part of the year - do take advantage of those siestas to rest from the heat!...
Another thing is - pigeons...I normally do not like them (to put it mildly) and whole-heartedly agree with those who call them "flying rats", but most pigeons I saw in Seville were white in color and almost ...
The stress from yesterday followed me into the next day. I woke up still feeling a bit panicked about the final exam for next Friday, studying, and finding enough time to do everything. I went to class from 9:00-13:00 and was excited to be released when it was finally time so that I could meet up with Ashley Gibson from home again! We met up at our usual spot which is by a fountain located near the Sevilla Cathedral. I had to ...