Carmen Del Cobertizo
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... around delivering a choice of wine or soft drink. Shortly the dancing starts. It was loud n energetic, with disco lighting - lots of bad mood displayed with stomping feet & clacking castanets. Everyone shouts holay !! and claps almost in rhythm. There are 3 dancers who energetically swap around and its over just as quickly as it started. We are ushered out of the cave as the next 50 are ready to be ushered in.......all very ...
... few neighborhoods
stretch up into the hills. On one hill is the famous Alhambra complex. Across
the valley created by a small stream, the Albaicin neighborhood, once the old
Muslim neighborhood of the city, stretches up the hillside. Its narrow streets,
small plazas, and white-washed houses are very atmospheric and numerous
viewpoints have great vistas of the Alhambra.
Higher yet on the same slope is the Sacromonte neighborhood
above which are ...
... rooves, tiled floors and enamelled wall inscriptions. The Real Alcazar in Seville was quite similar in style, but the location, and size of this monument dwarfs the other. There are also ruins of bath houses, soldiers residences, ancient fortifications, stables and underground water cisterns. The use of water is a large part of the whole complex, and water trickles from small and large fountains, runs down channels into the old palaces, and shimmers ...
... other places here. I'll just say that they are utterly magical and wonderful (as in: they truly evoke wonder), and if I were to write a piece about my visits to these places it would be titled "Avril in Wonderland." Gaudí was a genius, plain and simple. I'm so glad to have had a chance to get to know him through his works.
But Gaudí wasn't the only great architect in Barcelona - the city is full of extraordinary buildings designed by other "Modernista" masters. ...
Today we were to discover the castle, castles or should I say town of Alhambra. The skies were still completely covered when the guide finally fetched us in the hotel. We had a three hours guided tour and it was very interesting to learn about this peaceful past, which once existed (where did it disappear?) and permitted the creation of so many extraordinary things, including this beautiful site ! And later, one conqueror after the other kept some of the old ...