An Afternoon in Sevilla!
Photos from my first afternoon in Sevilla! Includes trying gazpacho, walking through the narrow streets around the Alcazar, and my first real flamenco experience! Hope it’s a little taste of the city.
Travel Diaries from October 2014.
Catch up if you want!
A Day in My Life in London
Two Days in London
My Days in Madrid
Day Trip to Toledo
Toledo Day Trip Part 2
2 days in Granada
So here’s the day we arrived in Sevilla from Granada. It’s really only half of the afternoon.
Making our way through the oldest part of the city.
Definitely warm. Feeling dumb for wearing pants…I feel like I look like Joseph Gordon-Levitt from 3rd Rock especially here.
We’re staying within walking distance of the Cathedral!
And the Alcazar! We have reservations the next day… (which I fully documented don’t worry!)
Past the Cathedral heading west towards the river.
Plaza de Toros, aka bullfighting ring. We just looked on the outside.
Gorgeous color on the building!
Walking along the Canal toward Torre del Oro
Like a stone curly french fry
Reminds me of a Game of Thrones vibe
Contrasts on either side of the river
No big turds, ok
The cutest cat in all Sevilla!!!!!!
Trying out this chilled soup gazpacho thing
And hitting up the flamenco spot right around the corner.
It was a tiny tiny tiny space, and you got a drink. It was totally intimate and amazing and exciting. I was in the front row and you had to really watch your drink! Dresses were flying over the edge of the stage.
Unforgettable experience! Truly. To be in tuned with music and rhythm like that…I can’t even grasp how poetic and lovely that is.
And I’ll leave this here! I know. Short post.
But the next day I documented, and there are like 200 photos! I’m excited to share.
Much love friends.