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... The fountain was fantastic in the Seville heat as it sprays off a waft of water onto those who pass close enough to it. We spend halfa there taking photos and being cultured then we head off to the centre of Seville where we are staying. The bus drops us off at an illegal bus stop so we storm off the coach gather our things and trudge along the cobbled streets to our hostel. We sounded like a stamped of wildebeests roaming through the streets with ...
... I think we were all feeling homesick. Luckily, Uncle Roy and Aunt Mary came to visit from England which kept us entertained and perked us up. Now the fair has brought an overall feeling of festivity to town which we are enjoying. It’s a great way to end our time here. Seville is a beautiful city and we loved it, but we’re ready for a change of scene. We leave on Thursday and our next stop is a small town, Conil, on the Atlantic coast for ten days. Bring on the ...
... ham (jamon), amazing cheese (queso), had a great ceviche inspired salad (raw mixed seafood with tomatoes, onions and peppers, marinated in lime and lemon and garlic), tasted some local muscat (moscati...which was uber sweet and sticky), and even squeezed in a favorite snack of mine, an empanada (Spanish pasty). I fancifully thought that with all the orange trees lining the streets in Jerez, Cadiz, and Seville, that it was no wonder the orange juice (zumo de naranja ...
... were there 10 minutes before it opened, grabbed a table and by the 7:30 opening the owner was already shooing people away. We had the most interesting and delicious tapas including salmon sashimi with wasabi ice-cream, carpaccio with parmesan ice cream, a tiny lamb tangine, foie gras with ginger ice cream and for desert - mojito ice-cream. The owner explained that he had spent 1700 Euros on an ice cream maker and his wife was insistent that it he make good use of it.
... not too many people braving the heat (clever duckies)! We almost had the run of the place but restricted ourselves to the shade to prevent heatstroke. Nevertheless, it was absolutely amazing & oh so beautiful. The detail, craftsmanship, colour, water features, stonework, mosaics and huge area for gatherings & celebration. We are SO glad we did not miss this. It would have been spectacular at night with the lighting, but alas, it was not to ...
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