Postcard from Seville

Earlier this year, I wrote about our trip to Seville and how the Andalusian city won us over with its charm and character.  Not sure when we’ll get the chance to go back but it’s one of the places that I’d love to return to for an extended stay. The picture above was taken at the Plaza de España, which was built in 1928 and is practically brand new when Seville’s rich history is taken into account. The plaza was built as part of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, a world’s fair that showcased several South and Central American countries, as well as Spain, the United States and Mexico.

You’ll notice the strap to my Timbuk2 messenger bag across my shoulder. Lamia and I both have Timbuk2 bags and usually take them with us when we travel. They are tough, sturdy and functional bags that I’ll gladly endorse (I have no official or unofficial relationship with Timbuk2). Here’s us on Timbuk2’s Tumblr.

Joe Newman

I'm Joe Newman, multi-media story teller, non-profit do-gooder, international street photographer, serious poker player, intrepid traveler. Bourbon drinker.

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