As promised, here´s part 1 of my recently concluded Andalusian trip. I´m sharing with you just a small part of Cádiz, the capital city of Cádiz in Spain. It´s one of the oldest cities in southwestern Europe. The first thing that caught my eye when I stepped down from the train were the palm trees. This type of tree is a rarity in the northern part of Spain where I live, hahaha!
|facade of the city hall of Cádiz|
The Cathedral of Cádiz originally built in baroque style but finished in the neoclassical stylen is one of the city´s famous landmarks.
We climbed up one of the towers and here´s what welcomed us at the top, the bells:
and the Cathedral´s cupola:
And the photo sessions began. It was quite windy up there and when the hubz was trying to take photos through my phone ( my phone takes better and vivid photos than my camera, I swear!), a strong gust of wind tilted the phone and this is the result, his and her´s footwear:
Luckily, we´re able to have a decent head shot while I was trying to hold my hair to keep it from flying all over my face. ;)
The city´s skyline:
and the city´s shoreline still from the top of the tower:
Finally, here´s a candid shot of my what I was wearing that day:
It was matchy-matchy, hehe and I wore sneakers for the rain and walking. I wore mostly chambray tops during my trip( this time in a darker shade from the sales again) and a short tweed-looking knitted cardigan. The floral silver ring was my only accesory for spring. ;)
More travel photos in the next Friday travel posts. I´ve got a lot to share with you not only from the Spanish south but from my place too. Thanks for reading and see you soon!
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