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... spain and we are all about the yolo and 2.
Free sangria is the best sangria.
Our last day in sevilla started
around 11, when we slept in after our shinna****ns the night before. I showered
because somewhere in our adventures last night I stepped in horse poop and it
got all over me… how? Im not sure. I ended up having to ditch by beautiful
wedges because the smell was just too hard to bare. We had breakfast at the same café and did some
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... of both can be clearly seen. The views from the tower were amazing, and the bells that we hear from our apartment seemed much louder when we were on top of the Giralda.
We decided to check out the flamenco museum next as we were going to a show tonight. I really can't say we came away with much from that tour. We spent some more time wandering, this town is great for that, but this time we had a mission. We were seeking ...
... border (where, incidentally, we lost the first hour due to an unconsidered time change) we started looking for gas stations along the highway. We saw none. I got out my trusty (in the U.S.) “Around Me” iPhone app that shows exactly where to find most anything, including gas stations. Sure enough, several gas stations showed up, supposedly three or four kilometers off the highway. So, what the heck, it would be another little excursion and we’d be ...
So just maybe, the patron saint of travellers has decided to give us a break! When we look from our balcony this morning, the Rock of Gibraltar is totally hidden behind cloud - unseen from the ground and making a visit to the top pretty pointless. Yesterday was the only day we had available, so we consider we were lucky to have had such a perfect day. We have breakfast in the hotel then gather our belongings in readiness to check out. Upon doing so, we find ...
... superb tapas meal at Mechela (pricier but well worth the money) and then we caught a Spanish bullfight, which is quite possibly the most gruesome spectacle we have ever witnessed. First, several matadors tease a bull by flashing red and making them run into the walls. Then the bull's matador goes one-on-one with the bull and just as the animal is tired out, he plunges a sword straight through its body. After a few really long moments, the bull ...