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Flamenco Dancing in Southern Spain #VIDEO

best price brand cialis internet This experience in Sevilla with flamenco was so special. Let me explain how it came about. In 2009 during journalism school I made a short documentary about flamenco in New York City. It was simply a class assignment that peaked my interest. Flamenco had revealed itself as a soulful and passionate art that called to me. There is an undeniable resonance I feel with the cries, rhythms and intensity of the music and dance. And I love that Flamenco is an improvisation. Each artist listening to the other, creating, expressing and communicating together. It serves as therapy not just for the artists but for spectators as well. Earlier this year, Expedia offered me the opportunity to participate in their Find…

Escape to Sevilla, Spain with Me Right Now #VIDEO

follow url I made this Quick Escape from a stroll in and near Plaza Espana. It was a beautiful Spring day in a magical place where the sunlight and architecture make candy for the eyes. Watch more Sevilla video, full Travel with Kate episodes, here. And do tell me! Did you feel transported?…

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Curing Jet Lag with Tapas in Sevilla #VIDEO

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=cialis-canadian-pharmacy What do you do on your first day in your destination when you are jet-lagged and exhausted? Rushing from one historical monument or tourist attraction to the next on that first day (or on any day) sounds no fun. And staying in the hotel room all day is a no-no! So what do we do? In this video from Sevilla on my first full day in town, I was asking myself this very question. But lucky for me some cheerful locals came to my rescue. I met David, Javi, Anna and Jose-Antonio out for a typical, lazy, Sunday afternoon in Sevilla during the Spring. Turns out it was the perfect itinerary to distract me from my jet-lag and immerse me…

Seeking Romance in Southern Spain #VIDEO

watch In Sevilla, there is such a wealth of beauty that it’s hard not to fall in love with the city and maybe even with another! This video uncovers a few of the many romantic nooks and crannies of this alluring destination. Come take a wander with me. If you’d like to visit any of these locations for yourself there is a list below. OR you could simply go to NotJustaTourist.com and get Mahsa to either take you around or organize a romantic itinerary for you! Here’s the list: 1. River bank near the Isabel II bridge (technically of the Canal Alfonso XIII that is an off-shoot of the Rio Guadalquivir.) Here’s the link to a google map pointing out the…

Notes from the Road: Sevilla, Spain

get link Sevilla is a city in Southern Spain, a one-hour flight or two-hour-and-20-minute train ride from Madrid. It is best visited in Spring and Fall (and best avoided in summer because of the heat.) This city is quite special. If you are coming to Spain, Sevilla and the greater Southern region of Andalucia can be a rather magical addition to a trip. While I was there, creating my videos for Travel with Kate, I sat in a cafe with an Iberian ham sandwich and a fresh squeezed orange juice. And I jotted down a few thoughts in my notebook… “This city squeaks. Many of the streets are narrow and winding. No grid layout here. Many of the smaller roads are paved…

Delicious Tapas in Triana, Sevilla #VIDEO

source url As promised here is my first full Travel with Kate episode from Sevilla, Spain chasing my passions and my storybook vacation with Expedia. Tapas and Spain go together like baguettes and France. In this video, a local, David Ciudad of the website Notjustatourist.com, showed me his most beloved restaurant in the Triana neighborhood of Sevilla. Triana is a bustling part of town that is markedly different from the rest of the city. The concentration of historic architecture and manicured gardens found across the river in Sevilla are replaced here by a vibrant local scene. Triana has it’s own festivals and is a hub of Flamenco culture. In fact, many who live in Triana identify as Trianeros rather than Sevillians. Whether…