Sevillaloft Apartamentos De Lujo
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... for 25 Euros. The star dish for me was the Strawberry
Gazpacho with Goat Cheese and Mint, brought in a metal pitcher that enabled me
to fill my soup bowl just over twice. In Antequera I also had a dish called
Porra Antequerana that was described as a local specialty but seemed very
similar to other Salmorejos except for the addition of a few other dressings
like shredded tuna. And in Jaen I had another local specialty called Ensalada
Piperrana, which was ...
... After the third shop finally got some useful instructions and found the original caravan shop. New water pump installed, 120 euros lighter and a day wasted. The next day we caught the bus to Seville. It was a festival day so no shops were opened but lots of people and traffic about. It is a very large city with amazing buildings. ...
... I was cringing every 25 seconds because the driver was holding a whip (although he only used it once) and we kept having to go onto the main road and I could tell our horse (Salsa) was scared to death. I felt so bad for the poor horse I could hardly pay attention to the sites. We saw tons of things on that carriage half of which I don't remember because we went through everything so fast!
After we dismounted the carriage I gave Salsa some ...
... bickering again. Finally I said, "I understand both tours are almost the same. We'll think about it." We slipped away.
We ended up buying the tickets for the Red bus at our hotel, same price (€17) but no hassle.
Thursday, June 12
On Thursday morning, we made our way to the flea market in the Macarena area of town, not far from our hotel. The narrow streets were lined ...
... bullring in the world. We opted not to pay the eight Euros to enter (I don't like to support bullfighting anyway), instead wandering around the outside of the impressive arena for free. We then meandered along the Guadalquivir River, admiring the architecture along the way, ending up at the Parque de Maria Luisa, a huge beautiful park with lots of whimsical touches tucked away in surprising places. It's a great place to explore, and again, I wish we'd had a little ...