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Tag Archives: SEVILLE & SOUTH
Shhhhhhhh. Listen. You may hear a shrill whistle, twittering up the scale and back down. This is a sound of old Spain...
By admin | Published: November 19, 2011
Old Spain images are found with the vendors that sell hot, roasted chestnuts. Sold in newspaper cones, the smells of roasing chestnuts waft through the streets.
By admin | Published: November 15, 2011
We Scoopettes love the markets for traditional food in Spain. In Autumn, they are bursting with bright colors and...
By admin | Published: November 5, 2011
When I arrived in Barcelona, I stayed on Carrer de la Rivera de Sant Miquel for five nights. A street name with seven words was over my head when...
By admin | Published: October 26, 2011
Tapas seem to cause a lot of confusion with people. One largely held belief is that tapas are a type of food, when in fact, they are a way of eating food. Tapas can be anything. From piping hot patatas bravas, to crispy San Jacoboss
By admin | Published: October 25, 2011
Today we have shots of Seville or 'Sevilla' if you please, one the Scoopettes all time favorite Spanish cities.
By admin | Published: October 23, 2011
History in Spain tells us that the Spanish brought sunflowers back from Mexico and Peru.
By admin | Published: August 3, 2011
When you travel in Spain, you have to be cautious. Hot tourist spots attract pickpockets almost all over the world. Madrid, Barcelona, Granada...
By admin | Published: July 9, 2011
A humorous look at Spain and Barcelona style levis...
By admin | Published: May 16, 2011
Those Moors, coming in from the African continent in 714 A.D., may have contributed more to art in Spain than any other culture...
By admin | Published: May 14, 2011
Thousands of Seville orange trees embellish the city. That means millions of orange blossoms enchant you in the spring.
By admin | Published: April 18, 2011
Triana Market in Seville, great for picnic food, rabbits, pig's feet...
By admin | Published: April 11, 2011
Easter processions in Spain this Semana Santa. The scoop on this holiday...
By admin | Published: April 8, 2011