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... but not to central that we were caught in the hustle and bustle
of the city. We waited for about 30 mins until our temporary ‘landlord’ road up
on a vespa to greet us- I was very impressed ;) we settled into our quaint
little apartment and they were awesome at giving us advice and direction for
the city. There was one big room, a sofa couch and a bed that came out of a
cupboard- but it was awesome. So trendy, private, and cheap- definitely the
... in. The trick is knowing when to force yourself to slow down, which is something both Dennis and I have always struggled with. Combined, we are a very ambitious duo--at least when it comes to traveling.
We loved Sevilla--its youthful energy, colorful architecture, party atmosphere and the almost-tropical feel to the city design, with lots of palm trees and buildings that would look at home in the Caribbean. We threw ourselves into exploring the city, ...
- Don Quixote's Windmills, Consuegra
- Los Patios de Corbodeses (Patio Festival), Cordoba
- Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, Cordoba
- Cordoba Mezquita, Cordoba
Food & Booze
- Lunch @ El Churrasco (wagyu burgers & tuna tartare)
- Dinner @ Azotea
Apartamentos Living Sevilla ...
... out for a good long nap... As the night wore on, anticipation crept in, because tonight we were going to see flamenco dancing, especially well known in Sevilla. You can buy tickets to so many shows in the city, but luckily our wonderful hosts let us know of La Carboneria, this great artsy spot with flamenco shows every night, drinks and food, and nothing too fancy, all for free (well not the drinks). We were sold! As usual, finding the place took a bit ...
After mass I went to the store and got some bread and jamon for tomorrow. They had warm small baguettes! How could I resist! And only .35 euro each. Came back to the hostel and am just updating the blog now. The bus to Tarifa tomorrow morning is at 9:30, so I'll probably try to leave the hostel around 8:30/8:45, which is about when I woke up this morning, so I'll try to get to sleep a little earlier today.