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Experiential Learning

Fate brought us to Seville in the most soulmate-y of ways: unbeatable value! Round trip tickets from Marrakech to this southern Spanish city via Ryanair are painfully affordable even on the shoestringiest of budgets. 1,016 more words

Sevilla - The Quintessential Southern City

Sevilla is one of the largest historical centres in Europe and the administrative capital of Andalucía. The city is situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir river and is home to the only river port in Spain.  14 more words


Climbing the Giralda, Sevilla

Climbing the GIRALDA , Seville

There are so many things on my “must see and do in Sevilla” list.

I am in no hurry to check them off too quickly – trying to savour and enjoy them as I go. 324 more words

This Week In Spanish Civil War History – Week 2: July 25 – 31 1936

Week 2: 25 – 31 July 1936

July 25

Hitler agrees to support Franco’s bid to take over Spain. Franco needs urgent supplies and Hitler needs a distraction from his plans to dominate Europe. 394 more words


Sevilla - Spain 6/10

We visited Sevilla on a scorching hot 42°c summer day in June. It was only about 90 minutes drive time from our digs in Torre & our little hire car, affectionately known as “Minty” (a white VW Polo), once again did the business. 114 more words



I thought this warranted its own entry purely because I took SO many photos here…

The Alcázar of Seville is a royal palace originally developed by Muslim kings in the 14th century. 64 more words



I arrived in Seville after lunch so I spent the afternoon wandering the streets of the Jewish Quarter and headed to the Espacio Metropol Parasol. It’s the worlds largest wooden structure (and a cool one at that) with a rooftop view of the city that is just magical. 139 more words