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This morning we went on the free walking tour of Sevilla and it was the best one so far. We has a tour guide from morocco who was just super excited and very engaging throughout the entire tour. He had a lot of audience participation and there was only one guy so I ended up marrying and divorcing him, and Brittany had an affair with him. Thanks to my small stature I got to be a child and a Queen. And Brittany got to be Princess Isabella. It was a lot of fun! Thankfully it wasn't ...
... It is truly amazing that from a distance, you see the Rock of Gibraltar as just that, a very big rock. But now we are descending into these beautiful caverns that are big enough to hold concerts (check out the pictures). They're very similar to the Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. We headed out to the bike and continued to our next stop at the Apes Den. With all of suburbia surrounding them, the Gibraltar Macaques have been in this area since the 18th century. ...
... We were directed to a plaza lined with tapas bars and sampled our way through the square while listening to a Spanish guitar performance taking place in the center. We ate tapas for nearly every meal because they are cheap, delicious, and allowed us to try many Spanish dishes. Among our favorites were the oxtail stew, limo al whiskey, and the gazpacho. ...
... digging here because he was trying to find treasure he had dreamed about. They searched through his bag and found the piece of gold from the alchemist. They continued beating him until the man in charge came and told them to stop. Just before the men left, the man in charge came over to him and told that when he was young, he to had a dream of a treasure buried under a sycamore tree in an abandoned church where shepherds slept. The boy ...
... to life itself. One room contains tapestries. Of particular interest to us is one of a map of the area at the time as seen from the perspective of looking at the world radiating from Sevilla as the centre. It is surprisingly accurate. The grounds around the Alcazar are beautifully sculptured and manicured. It is truly a beautiful and restful place.
Upon exiting from the Alcazar, we head into the barrio Santa Cruz. It is filled with little nooks and crannies but too touristy ...
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