|Right after leaving the airport|
On Tuesday we headed to Seville to see some of the Holy Week processions that are so famous here. I will spare you the details of what this all involves since I have discussed it before and I sense that this post is going to be long since we crammed so much into such a short amount of time. If you are interested you can check out my Semana Santa post here. In any case, we headed into the city center and while enjoying the beautiful weather and some beers we got to see a few of the pasos come by before heading home again.
On our way back from the village we stopped in another touristic town, Arcos de la Frontera which is quite beautiful. It sits on top of a hill and has beautiful views. As you might imagine, it has a castle (like almost everywhere here in the south of Spain). We walked around this town, had lunch and Chrissie bought souveniers to take home.
|Digging the beach|
As you might imagine with all this running around we were quite tired so the rest of my sister´s visit was spent relaxing though we did have time to see one of the processions in the suburb where we live. We had a great time hosting her and hope she enjoyed her trip. As you can see, we are good hosts (hint hint for people thinking of visiting in the future). I even made her some towel animals to welcome her. Cooper really misses her after she left since he got to sleep in the bed with someone almost every night. So spoiled. I leave you with a few more pictures of sisters in Seville.
|Chrissie holding birds of prey in Arcos|
|Mosaic floor in Italica|
|View of Arcos de la Frontera|
|Pottery in Arcos|