On Saturday we packed up the villa and headed to the Barcelona airport. About an hour drive... not bad
Once in Terminal 2, I found out (but had known all along because the web site suggest this could happen) that Ryanair charges 40 euro to print out a boarding ticket & you need your ticket. So, I asked everyone in Terminal 2 to print out my ticket... no luck. I had to take a 10 minute bus ride to Terminal 1 to the business center (only 4 euros) then head back to T2. Nightmare! My new business in the Barcelona airport ... protable printer and hang out by the Ryanair ticket stand... I´ll charge 20 euro... On the fight several gals were dress up (need to update when I'm back in US)
|Lunch after biking around Sevilla|
|Door to our Flat Spain 2010 ~ Sevilla|
Sunday Sept. 12, 2010 we got up early (Tanya, Elise and I) and went for a run around the park near our flat. Parque de Maria Luisa.
The Cathedral of Sevilla The Cathedral of Seville is a religious building in Seville, Andalusia, southern Spain: it is the largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. Amelia, Elise and I went to 11am mass
|After Mass photo with Jon outside Spain 2010 ~ Sevilla|
We met up with everyone after mass and walked around town, checked out shops, took a ton of photos, and visited the Plaza de Toros. I think I will see a bullfight this evening.
|Louisa, Elise & Amelie Spain 2010 ~ Sevilla|
|The Bull Toro Toro Toro|
We did visit the bullfighting event on Sunday night. It was about 8PM and still very light out. I thought it was all very exciting until they actually killed the bull?!?! Then cut his spinal cord. HOLY!! I gasped "oh my God! They Killed Him" and all the men around me gave me the 'stink-eye'. Was in need of several cocktails after viewing three more bulls being killed. I like to think these bulls spent the first four years of their lives living the good Spanish life... the last 30 minutes looked a little painful.
|My Favorite food... I think I ate three of these everyday|