A place to see the light turning glass into art.

1- Seville arriving

We made it… and after 36 hours without sleep, we couldn’t do much more than find our apartment and them stagger downtown to find some supper at a fantastic restaurant called Genova right across the street from Seville cathedral.

After supper we wandered over to the out-of-this-wold Plaza Espana for some sunset shots. Built for the 1929 World Fair, it is a stunning showstopper of painted mosaic tiles all surrounded by a moat where visitors can paddle boats and enjoy the ducks. Then back to our apartment for an early night. Tomorrow, we will be much more alert and ready to explore this ancient city.

Here are the photo highlights of Day 1-Seville.

 

 

Comments on: "1- Seville arriving" (2)

  1. Good Morning to all!
    Very nice pictures.As you said ,Nelson, today you should be able to grasp it all.Enjoy!

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