Sevilla CathedralJanuary 14 in Spain
Yesterday was an R&R day, mostly for the old guy. I took a long, meandering walk just enjoying the sunny day and my beautiful surroundings. Today John stubbornly wanted to navigate the old-fashioned way, with a paper map, but the cockeyed streets are a challenge and we got totally lost. Map app to the rescue. Our destination was the Sevilla Cathedral, the 3rd largest after St. Peter’s at the Vatican and St. Paul’s in London and the largest Gothic church anywhere. It took about 100 years to build, starting in 1401 when the Christians tore down the mosque that was on the site. We felt so tiny in that massive space and are always amazed at the talent of the builders so long ago.
We are trying to get back on budget and have been eating in. John hasn’t complained yet about my vegetarian creations.Read more