Airlines to Spain




Join Notes from Vivace in this four part write-up of his journey through Sevilla, Spain as he explores it’s historical streets without a smartphone and attempts to find it’s local music scene. Part II will be up on Tuesday April 19th.

A little over a year ago, I read a book called “Peace Be Upon You: Fourteen Centuries of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish Conflict and Cooperation” by Zachary Karabell. The result was a fascination with Andalusia, specifically with Córdoba. I decided I was going to take a vacation in Andalusia. While doing my research on Córdoba, I ran into a problem: via Expedia, all flights came into Sevilla and from there it appeared I’d need to take a bus or train to Córdoba. I do love to travel, but I lack a gene for great adventures. nto Spain after 20 hours plus of getting myself to the airport, sitting in the cramped quarters of an airplane, running through airport terminals/concourses, having a lack of sleep and then trying to find my way to a bus or train to get to Córdoba just didn’t hold much of an appeal. So I decided that since the planes landed in Sevilla that would be my headquarters for my six days in Andalusia.

Los Angeles in the Wee Hours

A Friday morning arrived and my alarm clock went off at 4 a.m. I jumped out of bed like a rocket and I couldn’t help but wonder if my upstairs neighbors were a bit irritated – but considering that they often have a desire to play the piano at 7 a.m. on a Saturday, I figured all was fair. The first morning bus that would take me on my journey to LAX was at 5 a.m. I piled some final items into my suitcase, ate a quick continental breakfast and headed out the door. There is nothing really interesting going on at 5 a.m. except for the occasional car driving past (see picture on right). So I was glad when I found brief amusement while waiting at a red light. An SUV pulled to a stop. The driver was in an apparent rush to make a left hand turn. Instead of just running the red light, the driver made a right hand turn, did a three point turn and then headed in the correct direction. I half wondered what the driver would have done if the street light had turned red – probably would have ran the light and nearly run me over while I was crossing.

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Airline Ticket to Spain

by luckyrabbit09

I am traveling to Spain next month 9/19
and I have to purchase my plane ticket.
When i was going on line to price comparison shop
the tickets are roughly 800 to 1000
A.I am strapped for cash since school started
B.Is there anyone that knows of a discount that can be used with airlines
Please can someone help me
If you have any suggestion please txt me @843 452 6553

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