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Sometimes when travelling, and especially when on the Busabout circuit, we can only allow one night for a destination that deserves much more. Summer in Europe does allow for extended daylight so with an afternoon arrival, if we hit the ground running we can still get some sight seeing achieved.
We stayed one night in Seville, home of …
... it). "Just follow your nose mate, it's just around the corner", he said, and blow me down, it was.
It was built in 1928 for a World Fair, and is a beautiful piece of what you might call " Spanish ArtDeco". The buildings behind the facade are now used for Government Offices, and also used as the headquarters of the Spanish army. The have a really good free museum to explore in ...
We started out the tour on the Plaza Nueva with Alfanso and the other 4 Americans. We first stopped in a small chapel that was beside the San Salvador church (Sevilla Capilla de San Jose).
We then proceeded to walk through the various shopping areas, where Alfonso pointed out the various stores. This area was originally a shopping area in the middle ages. Originally, a shop was contained within a pillar, and you could see in the ...
While Seville’s cathedral is overwhelmingly Gothic in its architecture
and design, most of Seville’s “Golden Age” of the late 1500s and early 1600s
was well within the era when the exuberant Baroque style of the
Counterreformation was in vogue. Thus, Baroque is naturally the predominant
style in the majority of Seville’s significant churches. I didn’t make too much
... shopping spree. Bought not one but two pairs of beautiful boots.
Tuesday and Peter suggests a side trip to Jerez de la Frontera. With reluctance and little enthusiasm, I acquiesce. After all, I have had my fun. The day evolves, surprisingly, into a really good experience. Jerez (pronounced Hairesth) is the home of sherry and we did a really informative guided tour of the Sandeman bodega. ...