In an otherwise ridiuclously beautiful city, we arrived in Seville to find the Andalusian capital in the grips of a mounting garbage workers strike.  We sent the youngest of our tribe to investigate the situation and, in doing so, we can all learn a thing or two about global economics through the prism of a country where the unemployment rate hovers around 25 percent.  (Other than the occasional garbage piles, one of the remarkable things about Seville is that the streets are lined with orange trees everywhere, making the place uniquely magical to an orange-loving family.)