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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 …
... and grounds. We also checked out the current king and queens digs. Not too shabby either.
After the tour, we decided to take on the Cathedral tour as well. This monstrous building was originally Seviile's main mosque back in the 12th century, then in 1218 it was consecrated as a cathedral. it has a huge 76 meter tower (called La Giralda) with four large golden balls, one on each corner, that could be ...
... ever more steep it soon became apparent that our vehicle was not going to make the climb.
With the assistance of some of the local residents, who seemed bewildered that we were even trying to negotiate their roads, we got our vehicle turned around and decided the better part of valor would be to abort our original plans. In the newer part of town we found a road-side cafe and had what was a perfectly passable lunch, with the exception of the ...
... An even mixture of women and men (60 or 70 total), everyone was taught salsa moves and we practiced in a circle. Since I DON'T SPEAK SPANISH, I couldn't understand anything to teachers said and it was too crowded to see. So I decided to wing it and began each of my partnerings with 'no hablo espaņol, lo sciento' which I now realize means 'no speak English, sorry.' Yikes... They usually understood and with help from a ...
... menu that was entirely in Spanish and from bartenders who spoke no English. But that’s the beauty of travelling isn’t it? So we had a quick look at the menu and used Google translate to work through some of the words we were unfamiliar with. “ah ‘queso’ is cheese, great I’ll have that”. Couple of beers down and 5 tapas later we were happy campers
5. Puerta de Jerez – an area decorated with gorgeous ...