Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. After Eighteen hours in the air plus eleven hours in buses, and did I mention FIVE airport security checks, I am now back in Daejeon getting ready for a new semester. The jet lag is slowly leaving and I am starting to sort through the winter photos. As always, some I love immediately and others I look at and think…WHY!!?
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This weeks shot is one of the two identical towers at the Plaza de Espana in Seville. Taken through an arched window in the main building, I love how the arch sets off the tower perfectly. (Remember, you can click on the photo for a larger version.)
The Plaza de Espana is on one of Seville’s prime attractions, frequented by both residents and tourist on warm, sunny days. Both the plaza and the Maria Luisa Park, where it is located, were built for the 1929 World’s Fair in Seville, the Exposicion Ibero-Americana.
Both the park and the plaza are free of charge. What more can a budget traveler ask for, right? Exploring the plaza with your camera, or simply wiling away some time basking in the sunshine, it is easy to enjoy a few hours in the Plaza de Espana and the Parque de Maria Luisa.
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