Corral de San Jose
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... pool. This pool was used by the queen during the summers. There were various names given to different parts of the garden.
There was the poet’s garden (very romantic, with vine-like wroughting on the benches. There was the English garden which was more spacious and open.
There was even a labyrinth made of bushes, but it was closed off, which was such a bummer. I thought we ought to crawl under the flimsy plastic caution tape and have a go at it, but in ...
... along the tram route which seems to have almost modern Melbourne-like bendy tram shuffling back and forth along its busy route along what is otherwise a pedestrian mall to the broad banks of the river. And it was here I found the ticket booth where I suddenly acted on my uncertain interest in a seat at a bull fight. Wow!!
We passed along the river pausing briefly at what appeared to be a school big band contest with a number of bands working their magic ...
... soon. There were some views, but I wish I had had some air conditioning or had walked to the bus not walked all the way there, but whatever. After viewing that, we had to walk around 20 min or so than wait some time for the bus. When the bus finally got there, Kea and two of her friends weren't there and they left them, so they had to take a cab back. It was crazy. But finally we got to the hotel, got out stuff and got a room. This time it was triples, so ...
... has used the Royal Alcazar of Seville as the capital of its kingdom. This has left left significant architectural history which was declared a World Heritage site in 1987. There is a virtual tour you can take on the website - as photos really cannot describe the buildings and the gardens - just ...
... love to manage this port for three months....it would be easy to make it into a slick operation with just a few simple improvements!
The Spanish end was better organised. We saw one van completely emptied out and an Alsatian dog sniffing the hell out of the back seats, which they looked like they were about to strip out. The driver was smoking nervously next to it....my guess, some marijuana from the Rif Mountains.
It was ...