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Gorące powietrze buchnęło już na lotnisku. Bardzo, bardzo gorąco. Idealne na nocne spacery. Co chyba praktykują mieszkańcy Sewilli, ponieważ kiedy w ciągu dnia pojawiliśmy się w centrum było strasznie pusto, ludzi mijaliśmy sporadycznie, jakby miasto wymarło. Natomiast im bli …
... kind and we have been blessed to have the best hosts throughout our travels. Included in this blog are pictures from Sevilla cathedral, Alcazar palace, Rio Guadalquivir, Las Setas (tallest wooden building in the world) and all the other amazing place we visited while in Granada and Sevilla.
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Annie and Eric
... is a complex of palaces and gardens. It looks out onto an extraordinary view of Granada. From certain areas in Granada, we have been able to see the snow toped Sierra Nervada Mountains, which are incredible.
One other thing we have enjoyed is a small Arabic restaurant. We’ve been here twice for lunch. Both times I enjoyed a delicious falafel, chicken and ensalada wrap. Mum and dad both had plain salad and falafel wraps. The first time we went, we had ...
... Spanish siesta. Barry and I have had a knack this trip for being hungry at the wrong time, and finding most tapas bars/restaurants closed. Today, we arrived in Seville on a Sunday, which means almost everything was closed! So it was a great time to wander.
It wasn't long before we found a beautiful park, in fact the largest in Seville. While walking through the park we came upon Plaza de ...
... of man by innumerable public and store-front effigies or pictures of Christ on the cross, carrying the cross, or bleeding from various wounds. After many questions and poor answers, they still don't understand why someone would be treated this way.
While pork is on every menu, pigs are surprisingly hard to find. Seeing a herd of cows whenever you go between towns is the rule, yet beef seems to be a rarity in a restaurant. Where do these cows go? ...