Vita San Anton
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... united the Spanish and Hapsburg dynasties and their son, Charles V became the Holy Roman Emperor. Isabella, of course, sponsored Columbus to sail the ocean blue in 1492, and incidentally 'discover' America. The treasury contains Queen Isabella's crown and sceptre, her 1496 bible, the flag that Ferdinand raised over the Alhambra and the elaborate silver cross that was used in the mass held in the Alhambra the day it was conquered. Legend has it that the ...
... President can bestow on them anywhere from 1-3 points, symbolized by the Bulls ears and finally the "Rabo de toro" - aka ox tail. I was happy to learn that the bull's meat is immediately taken to the butcher so it does not go to waste. Our last night in Sevilla, we went to dinner at a tapas restaurant called Eslava in San Lorenzo, a lively neighborhood frequented by locals. Eslava was priced like a normal tapas bar - 2-3€ per dish - but the quality was through the roof. We had ...
... and they are not a print on squares but cut to shape,fired in a myriad of colours and fitted together to create amazing patterns. I remember that we had colouring books as children called Atar that were pages of these patterns we coloured in, much to my surprise they still sell them!
The Alhambra sits atop the city, and is surrounded by the old parts- the Jewish, Gypsy & Arabian quarters. All looking straight out of the bible, there are cave houses ...
... place is supplied, irrigated by and was plumbed with water from snowmelt from the nearby mountains over a millennium ago. There is snow on the mountains for eight months of the year.
The revitalising of the Alhambra goes some of the way to resolving the historical dichotomy of Spain's past. Arabs, like Jews, were expelled from Spain after many hundreds of years whether they were Christian or not. Muslims currently in Spain might be cynical ...
... with flowers.
Headed off to drive to Granada - arrived and found the camping ground in the middle of the city - they actually charged to use the pool - although it was still being filled - pity as it was a realy hot afternoon. Had dinner at the camping ground - mix up over hamburgers - ended up with two after we asked what was taking the first one so ...