Author: Mima Isono

Triana Most Hip Cafe : La Baronesa

Triana, the most vibrant and colourful area of Seville is popular for the birthplace of flamenco, fresh produce market, restaurants and cafes. We have been going around Triana every now and then but only...

A Stay at Plaza Mayor Madrid

I have always dreamed of staying behind the white windows apartment in Plaza Mayor complex. I am sure I’m not the only one. Those white windows lining up facing Plaza Mayor square are great...

Toledo in 6 Hours

Toledo is a silent witness of three different cultures change, from Roman to Arabs to Jewish. The city is always listed as a must visit city while in Spain. The description of the city...

Baby Girl

The Birth of Our Baby Girl

I’m beyond excited writing this post for many reasons. First, I have never written anything about in depth personal story in the blog but then everything changed after our baby Hanna born two months...

Metropol Parasol : Seville Modern Architecture

  The old quarter of Seville was a bit quiet when we strolled along the area on a bright late afternoon. It took fifteen minutes walk from the Cathedral to La Encarnacion Square where...

5 Palaces to Visit in Seville

With a harmonious blend of cultures, it’s only right to say Seville is a city with character.  Other European cities may be proud with gothic renaissance romantic influences but with a touch of Islamic...

Exploring the Real Alcazar of Seville

There is no other landmark can represent Seville better than the Real Alcazar. It has been known that the Real Acazar of Seville is one of the oldest palaces exist. First built in the...