Wednesday, April 27, 2016
I’m not eloquent enough a writer to be able to put into words just how incredibly special a place the Real Alcázar of Seville in Spain truly is. Sure, I could wax poetically about the intricate architectural details of the palace buildings or recount the genius behind the vast gardens that somehow manage to create an oasis of peace and tranquility right in the middle of the city, but nothing I can say could ever compare to experiencing it with your own senses.
Despite the flowery prose that is sure to await you in this post, I have to stress that I really do mean it when I say that the Alcázar is one of the most awe-inspiring places I have ever visited: It is - quite simply put - so fantastical a place that doing anything, but dedicating an entire blog post to it, felt slightly blasphemous and so I figured there could be no better way for me to finally start recapping my travels to Spain last September.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
I feel a bit anxious to write this post, because I am about to commit to something that I’m not sure I am actually able to commit to. I have never been what you would call a consistent or even prolific blogger, but this winter I fell off the bandwagon so hard that I seriously contemplated once or twice whether blogging was still a thing that I should be doing. This post and the four other articles that I have published on the blog this year are a testament to the fact that I never wanted my online space to lie abandoned forever – and yet it has taken me until today to sit down and admit to myself that it is time for me to properly revive this blog again.
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