Airesevilla Guest House
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... on every tall vantage point. The town was built around fishing and the harbour is still a focus. Some tired old buildings too .... All based around the sea and marshy land but quite a lovely town. We had lunch at a restaurant ... Me a salad whilst Bill decided to go local delicacy of Sardines. Then came the dilemma of how to eat them. He did justice to them after a few laughs. Lunch ...
... on balconies.
Sounds: Church bells, Horse bells, Horses' hoofs, Carriage wheels, Flemenco guitar, Flemenco dance, Olé, Toro, Scooters, Tires squealing on old town streets.
Took the city bus tour today and got off at a stop out of the heavily touristy area where we had lunch and shopped a bit in a small market place. Saw an amazing Flemenco performance tonight. ...
... Alcazar were the back garden and the throne room. The throne room had extraordinary tiling and detail. The roof was domed, and made to look like the sky at night. In the back garden, we saw a duck following a peacock. It was quite cute. There were many peacocks and orange trees around. It was just a very peaceful and beautiful area.
On Sunday we went to Mass at the Cathedral. It was a lovely sung Mass, all the singers were men.
Another thing I ...
... exhibition on Isabelle 1. She was a bit if a nasty character ( I think) who defeated the Arabs, got rid of the Jews and instigated the Spanish Inquisition. But she is now a saint & greatly admired by the Spanish as she & her husband Ferdinand really made Spain a single country. She was also the mother of Katherine of Aragon - Henry 8th wife. That was a bit different from what I expected but the Palace was good. Then it was a long walk back to the ...
... night was our best option tonight so we did. HC rated this hotel a 5.. Let down by lack of any bathroom condiments and no coffee or tea making in room. Poor towels and down market location even though very near the railway station Monday 1st September. An early departure south to Cordoba today saw us on the bus and gone by 8.00 am It was 400+km to Cordoba where we arrived at 2.00 Along the way we learnt more about Don Quixote and even stopped in the town most featured, ...
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