Hostal el Giraldillo
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... of a residential plaza, no other cafés around. As I said we got the last table, and at 8.30 they start taking orders from the people sitting down. Anyone who comes after that, they put their name down on a blackboard, for the next available table, and by 9.30, 31 people were waiting for a table. They stand in the plaza, or sit inside the cafe at the bar, and wait for the waiter to call out their name. There were 10 tables on the footpath, and 1 waiter does the food and ...
... dominated by the Arabs and then in 1248, Ferdinand III The Saint conquested Seville for Christianity and drove the Muslims out. In 1401, the Gothic-style Cathedral was built over the Big Mosque (see photo of Cathedral).
Our dinner before the night tour was across the river and looking back into the city - a beautiful meal and location. Another great night and end to day 11.
... such a warm welcome back here from Liz and Jen. The lazy days and pizza night were the highlights and we bobbed about in the van taking in the local countryside, impressive views from Ronda and cave dwellings in Setenil. Ol and I are now deciding where we'll base ourselves next. We have been accepted at a placement near Lagos on the Algarve, but Ol has also been offered work here building a pizza oven for friends in the ...
... with cars on the first level and I took the ramp to the bike and scooter level which had a ceiling height of about 6 feet. I crouched low to avoid the hanging pipes. We settled into a room and spend more time on the blog. Susanna and Ian were working and we planned on going out with them around 8:30 for dinner. Once again it was so nice meeting local people to show us around their city. A few short blocks away was their favorite tapa bar. It was packed but they ...
... in Spain at a small, out of the way village called El Rocio. We are now only about 80km from the Portugese border. The campsite is wonderful, little hedge lined pitches, very open and spacious, lovely and clean, very friendly staff. 10/10 for "La Aldea". We wandered into El Rocio this afternoon. It's a very unusual place - all the streets are sand, there are hitching rails for horses everywhere, there are horses everywhere!
But the ...