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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 …
... Now I get it Adam and Eve. I was expecting this cuban cigar to blow my mind on how good it was and although it was better than the ****** swisher sweets we used to smoke for fun at someones bachelor party it did not live up to the hype. It could have been that the guy at the cigar shop was trying to dope the stupid American. My poor alveoli are probably saying “thanks a lot dumb ass!” ...
hola! its been awhile, im sorry. I've been busy becoming a local- and a tourist.
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oh wow, would you look at that? todays the 23rd which means that I've been away from home for exactly 16 days. I'm feeling mostly summer camp symptoms- missing home, totally used to a new schedule, and still excited about everything ...
... crescent-shaped building ending in two towers, all the regions of Spain are represented in the building. It is a powerful public space, the paving, the open expanse, the moat and the adorned height of the building. The flamenco guitarist in the alcove was very good. Having inspected the place thoroughly but slowly, we walked back towards the cathedral. Jan's turn to 'pull up lame' so we are taking it easy.
We walked back through large parts of the university and came ...
It's our last day in Seville and we decide on a 'do nothing' day. We don't leave our room until after ten to look for food and the possibly a SIM card for the iPad, which we were advised by Vodafone at home to purchase once we got here. Several shops later we give up on the SIM card and decide on brunch. There are just so many eating places, that there is no rhyme or reason for choosing one - for us it's usually a place that has one seat in the sun and ...