There is more to life than books and their shelves (you know – other stuff) so here are a few pictures from Seville in general.
Filed under Books and their home.
Tagged as Costa Del Sol, history, Hobbies, holidays, living, Spain, sun, Travel
I love Sevilla! These are great pictures! I’ll go dream now, haha!
It is rather that Seville is easy to photograph, than any skill I have with a camera. Delighted you like them. Thanks for the comment!
How long were you there? Love the hat photos.
Just three days there, one in Cordoba and a few on the coast in between and around those days. It was a great city to visit. Quite a few young people from the US. Looked like they knew their way around. Perhaps a study program. Thanks for the likes and the comments, much appreciated.
I’d love to go some day.
Worth a visit surely, but my heart is in Siena. Spain in general is worth time travelling through. I, on the other hand have never been to the US. Where would you advise on going to?
California! As my mom would say, “God’ country.” You have San Francisco, Yosemite, the wine country, Lake Tahoe, and beautiful beaches.
My heart is in Siena too.
I had a good look at this Miss Robin. Surfing also seems to feature which is great. Similar to an American visiting Europe, there is an urge to see as much as possible, due to the time and money expended in the venture. Alaska looks good too, perhaps with a dip into Canada on the way. Hollywood and the giant redwoods, possibly an endless list. How are the bookshops?
Alaska is wonderful. And, enormous! I’ve only been to Toronto and Vancouver but would love to go back. Oh yes! The giant redwoods are a must see. Our bookshops? So so. We are mostly left with Barnes and Noble.
One of my favorite cities! It truly is impossible to take a bad photo there.
Thank you for the comment Miss cjr. Nice of you to stop by. It did strike me as a thriving and vibrant, beautiful city centre.
Thank you very much, glad you enjoyed them.
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