Hotel San Pablo
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... unlike other parts of Europe, here you don’t see immigrants doing the dirty work like collecting the trash. I imagine the high unemployment rate might be a factor in that-- but it is nice to see a culture where there’s no shame in doing the dirty jobs. I wander up the street and then back down a side street, take a clip in front of the “Casa Consistoria” (whatever that is) and the city hall… and then continue on south to my next suburb. ...
... 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 ...
... I am one of those fans of Game of Thrones. They will be filming here soon, I thought. We have found out since, it has been completed. Last week. Just 5 days ago. With 48000 people lining up to get a chance to be an extra, I feel better about missing it now… the entry line goes into the palace quickly and we go to the book shop and find the best photos to take in the Alcazar, so we try to emulate this.
I was a little impressed with the Alhambra of Granada. But the Alcazar ...
... tourists caught and further complicating this chaotic scene.
We somehow managed to find a precarious parking spot and climbed to the top of the rise where we spotted the church and the castle. The wind was blowing fiercely as we entered the castle finding information explaining this was a former Moorish stronghold until the inevitable defeat by the Catholics (who then promptly built a church to indicate how religiously superior they were to the Muslim fallen).
... and modified over a period of 100 years. The young lady taking the tour (Helena) is extremely serious! We find this rather entertaining. She commands attention and good behaviour from the start, explaining when photos can be taken etc. and how the tour will pan out. She is almost defensive as if expecting people to fire challenging questions or remarks and she has matter of fact answers at the ready when they ...