Sevillaloft Apartamentos De Lujo
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... ourselves on how quickly we had become experts at navigating Seville. So long as your happy to get to and from the NH Plaza de Armas, Cathedral, Alcarzar and and amazing cheap Tapas LOL. Oh for those worried my salad cravings would be a problem you pleased to know I stopped at a small SPAR (supermarket brand) and bought some lettuce, tomatoes and carrots. Watch out for their appearance later ...
We were up bright and early this morning, determined to make an early start and beat the crowds to visit the Real Alcazar. No problems at all as we were lined up before opening time of 9.30. What a magical place, built in 1364 within and including the palaces built by the Moorish rulers of Seville, it is a series of beautiful patios and rooms richly decorated in the moorish style.We also visited the Royal apartments which are used by the Spanish Royals ...
... ungodly price of 4.55E].
Took advantage of the half hour free email to do a bit of judging work, touch base with home and get this dumb blog up to date. Time to find the gate.
There were a dozen Yankee kids traveling as a language class on daddy's money. What nonsensical things they talk about. If each generation is supposedly getting smarter, mine must have been really dumb.
Aboard an !320-200 for the very short haul to Seville. Can't people ...
... the next day, learnt a bit about Seville and then stopped for lunch before a siesta. We finally decided to purchase a Flamenco show with this tour group. This service had been offered in a few places before now, but it seemed this was the right place, as this is one of the birthplaces of flamenco.
It was totally worth it! For an extra e$6, we got a 45 min overview on the history of flamenco, a local white wine sherry at a ...
... oily for my taste. Having had a late breakfast (and then the churros) we decided to buy some bread, ham, tomatoes, cheese and avocado to have for lunch at our afternoon stop at 2.30pm, rather than having lunch before we go, or alternatively the ****** motorways food when we had our rest stop. Departed at 1.00 for our short trip to Seville - about 3 hours drive, passing many, many olive groves on our way again. They go on for kilometres! Olives are ...