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... leave you with any down time. Seville was no exception to this rule. I met some amazing people in Seville and got to see a friend, Torey, that I had met in Barcelona nearly a month before. All these distractions, or what this trip was all about, reaffirms that you can't force things, you just have to go with the flow. That lead me to meeting Duncan, a native Australian who had been working in London on a two year work visa on his way home, but not ...
... and also its Sephardic Jewish heritage. What I found in
some dishes at restaurants like Bodegas de la Mezquita was a focus on subtle
mix of sweet and spice in many of the dishes that’s more typical of the cuisine
of Morocco or Catalonia than Andalusia, dishes such as:
Chicken Tagine with Couscous and Vegetables
Remajon (Salad of oranges, bacalao, toasted almonds, and
black olives over boston lettuce with sherry vinaigrette)
... asked where I could pay for the services but no one was able to provide me with any information. I am so grateful with how thorough, patient and kind the doctors were with us. With all the tests and overnight stay in the ER, Eric and I were afraid that we would be receiving an outrageous bill from the hospital that would surely cut our trip short. Nope, the cost was more than reasonable and we continue in contact with the hospital in hopes of paying an ...
... airbnb host was fantastic and got us oriented to the city pretty fast.
So let’s start with the food. We were fortunate to find the most amazing place just around the corner from where we were staying. We finally found a salad that wasn’t made of iceberg lettuce and tapas that were creatively done (see photos). The dessert (which was divine) came prepared in a container similar to a sardine tin and a small gin and tonic was served complimentary as an ...
... and went out again after working for a few hours. We got a few tapas in another part of the city recommended by that same hostel worker, a row of tapas bars lining the way in between columns left over from Roman times. We thought the previous night had been hopping--we hadn't yet seen what Thursday nights in Sevilla are like. Everyone and their mother (and their seven-year-old kid--don't these children have school in the morning?!) was out and about. This was ...
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