SB’13 in Spain
Shocking, right? I’m going back to Spain. There is just always more to see in this beautiful country that completely stole my heart during my semester abroad. And three seasons have already passed since I returned from walking The Camino de Santiago. This time, Segovia and Salamanca are first on the itinerary, two towns north of Madrid that have been on my list for a while now. I will end the week with a few days in my dear Sevilla and a quick stop back in Madrid before I fly back on Easter.
I feel incredibly lucky that since I studied abroad in Sevilla, I have been back twice with my students. Yet, as you know if you have been there, or will surely find out if you go, 24-hours just isn’t enough. Words aren’t enough to convey my love for Sevilla, so I thought I would take you on a photographic tour of the best of my semester abroad.
My Favorite Place: El Rio
Parque de María Luisa
Feria de Abril
La corrida de toros
The images could go on for days. Sevilla is up there with Paris as being the most photogenic city. Stay tuned to more stunning shots, although the weather is looking quite dismal, which is tragic because I love my Sevillan sun. Although this is another solo trip across the ocean, I’m confident my busy social calendar of Spanish friends and American expats will make the rain in Spain a bit more bearable, and if not there is always vino. Lots and lots of vino.… and tortilla.