• Completed Stained glass windows. Others have yet to be finished.
  • Stained glass windows reflected off the organ pipes.
  • One of the staircases to the spires.
  • The Nativity Facade.
  • Nativity scene. Mary is on the right?
  • One base is a tortoise, this one is a sea turtle.
  • Doves eaten by pollution.
  • One of Guadi’s designs for a confessional.
  • Mikel Etxea.
  • Mikel Etxea tapas.
  • Barcelona history museum in the Gothic Quarter.
  • Flamenco!
  • Columbus monument. We went for a view from the top.
  • The Ramblas in the morning.
  • The Barcelona harbor. We had lunch on the shopping pier on the left.
  • View from the top. La Gavina is on the middle right.
  • Replica of an 1859 submarine.
    • Tapas on the pier.
    • We kept missing the entrance to Las Casas de la Juderia in Sevilla.
    • Las Casas doorway. The start of the adventure of finding our room.
    • Moorish courtyard, the first.
    • We went past this courtyard, but didn't go in.
    • Passed the ruins.
    • Finally to our room after many twists and turns.
    • Our little enclave.
    • And its centuries old original ceiling. We don't know if the colors were original.
    • God coming through the clouds.
    • Doorway of the Juderia.
      • Orange trees lined many of the streets in Seville. The cathdral tower is in front of us.
      • One of the many squares around the cathedral.
      • Barbara & Calle Juderia.
      • A quote about Cathedral tower from ‘Don Quixote.’
      • Don Juan, the famous lover, came from Seville.
      • Washington Irving loved Spain. (We’ll see more about him, later.)
      • A famous matador? An expatriot, he became a painter after his bullfighting days.
      • Entrance to The Alcázar. It was built by the Moors in the 10th century, rebuilt in the 14th.
      • The tourists were more interested in the Cathedral.
      • Scenes from the Alcázar...
                    • Did J.K. Rowling come here for inspiration?
                      • Art from the Admiral’s apartments, a wing created by Queen Isabella. Mary blesses the navigators.