Today marks 10 days since I’ve been living in beautiful Sevilla, España!
P.S. I am studying abroad here for the fall semester, until mid-December!
Although I’ve been abroad for a near 2 weeks, I don’t want to play catchup with this blog. (Already like 3 months behind in my actual journaling), so I’m gonna combine the past week’s adventures (just daytime, nightlife is a whole different story) into one upcoming post. …..But first here are some…..
-Located in the region of Andalucia (Southern Spain)
-Sevilla is the name of the province and the main city–
-Sevilla, the main city, is the capital of both the province of Sevilla and region of Andalusia
- It was founded in the 6th century!
-Known as one of the hottest cities in Spain, so you get used to walking around and sweating even at 9pm
-Birthplace of tapas! Small portions of meals or tasty snacks people use as a way to socialize and eat between main meals
- The siesta, or afternoon nap is an ongoing tradition as many business close during the mid afternoon.
-It the city with the most bars per inhabitants!
…. on that note, SALUD!
& Now it’s time for chocolate y churros,
(a Dios-sent Spanish nighttime/early morning tradition)