Un día típico

Friday 6-9-13

I have completed my first week of intensive classes at the center!  For the next two weeks I will continue to have Grammar class from 9am-12pm  with a half hour break and Listening 12:15pm-1:30pm.  I usually walk home with my roommate Kiah an eat lunch that our señora prepares around 2:30pm.  This is considered siesta so after we eat I rest or do homework.  On Mondays and Wednesdays I have dance class from 4-5pm in which we are currently learning flamenco.  Tuesdays at the same time I have Cultural Realities class where we talk about our adjustment to living in Sevilla and what we wish to gain from this experience.  After these classes I have free time to explore Sevilla by foot.  I have been walking with Kiah and our new friend Ellie.  On Tuesday we wandered around the center of town where Kiah and I live. Yesterday we walked to the neighborhood called Santa Cruz which I loved because there is a lot of small stores and vendors selling jewelry and art. I will definitely be back there to buy some items!

Also, yesterday was the first “field trip” I went on which was to the Cathedral and to the Giralda.  Each Thursday for the 3 week intensive period we go to a different historical site in Sevilla.  It is the biggest Cathedral in the world. Here are some photos I took yesterday:

Outside the Cathedral

Outside the Cathedral

La Catedral

The crowns!

La Catedral La Catedral La Catedral

The Giralda is the old bell tower and you have to climb and climb the ramps until you reach the top. It is definitely worth the work!

View of Sevilla from one side of La Giralda

View of Sevilla from one side of La Giralda


Another view!

Another view!

2 Responses to Un día típico

  1. Grami September 6, 2013 at 9:14 pm #

    Very interesting- great pics too. So glad you’re enjoying everything and taking it all in.

  2. Mom September 7, 2013 at 3:55 pm #

    I am at grami’s today. The pics look beautiful. I miss you so much! I am so very proud of you! I am counting the days until December 12th!!! Lot’s of love!!!!

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