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... all it was is an inconvenience and time wasting exercise.
However not easy to find and speak to insurance companies, police, car repairer with no knowledge of the local language, but all sorted in one day.
You can't stop us, you criminal spanish ars./!*#.
We walked to Plaza Espana and were wowed by this gynormous, curved building.
There is loads of walking in ...
... 14th century) cathedral structure, with the exception of the cathedral tower, which originally was a tower for the Mosque. Like the church we visited in the morning, the central altar of the cathedral is incredibly ornate, consisting of huge walls of religious images carved in wood and covered with gold leaf. We were impressed by the cathedral pipe organ which utilizes over 6,000 pipes. Originally, it took 18 people to play the organ, one at the keyboard and 17 to pump ...
... would have tasted great at this stage. We stopped for a "frozen beer" because it sounded interesting....fail, the cup was cold and the beer was cold....as opposed to the warmer beer everywhere else . Oh well... Still the local beer is delicious. We walked through the maze of streets again and eventually found our way to the hostel with goats cheese, apricots and crackers in hand. We quickly snacked on some food then set off for the 9pm flamanco show at a small ...
... the riverfront, the bold patterns of flamenco dresses and flamboyant matador costumes, the red and green tents and multicolored string lights of the fair, the warm hues of building facades, and the intricate Spanish tile ubiquitous throughout the city all created a kaleidoscope of cultural wonders.
Sevilla is not a city to neglect your other ...
... back to Istanbul where just the opposite took place – the cathedral left behind by the overthrown catholic kingdom was incorporated within the mosque built in that era.
2. Walking tour with Enrique – Enrique was very kind to meet us in Seville and offer to show us around the old town. He is a local and nothing like a local showing you the hidden gems of the city. We walked around Iglesia Santa Cruz and made our way through the narrow streets, ...
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