I cannot believe that I did not write about what is a very important art to the Spanish people, We would consider it a sport or entertainment, (maybe to some people) and that is bull fighting.
DH and I chose not to attend one of these events. There were tickets on offer, but we declined.
What is interesting about these fights are how they sell the seats, in the sun, shade or sun/shade. Price varies on where you sit. When the bull fight is over and the Matadors do well, flags are waved, if they continue to wave he gets one ear of the bull, if the crowd feels that he has been very brave, he will get two ears, so on and so on. The bull is then killed with the sword and sold off for meat at the end of the fight.
A brave matador
After Italia we visited the Sevilla Cathederal, the name is too long to remember.
Horses outside the Cathederal.
The Cathederal in Sevilla has the Guinness book of records for being the world's largest.
After the visit to the Cathederal, we walked 30 mins to the Espana Plasa, so pleased we actually took the effort to do this on such a hot day, what a beautiful square with the most gorgeous tiled buildings. each city in Spain is represented with a tile picture and it's coat of arms as well.