Sights of Lisbon

My initial impressions of Lisbon centre around rain. It was raining the day that I arrived and it really only stopped on the day that I left. With a range between torrential and mist, the rain was a constant presence and probably didn’t help me form an unbiased impression of the city. I took the... Continue Reading →

Arriving in Seville!

Seville, or Sevilla to the locals, is the capital of the Andalusian region and one of the largest cities in Spain. It was one of the most important Spanish cities during the years of the Spanish Empire, an economic powerhouse that received many of the goods and treasures from its far flung colonies. I took... Continue Reading →

Valencia

Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and was an optional stop on the Busabout route between Barcelona and Madrid. A few of us hopped off the bus, curious about what we would find. I was told the Old Town was nice enough, the City of Arts and Sciences was futuristic and cool and... Continue Reading →

The Sagrada Familia

This was, without a doubt, the most amazing and awe inspiring church that I have ever entered. Forget the heavy marble, bland statues and pictures of saints – Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece puts traditional religious architecture to shame. Construction of the Sagrada Familia started in 1882 with another architect, Francisco de Paula del Villar, assigned to... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑