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Eating and drinking so much every day had started to pile a couple of extra kilos on to both of us, so we decided to get some exercise and hire some bikes again! For the first bit of the trip, it was a bit hairy on the cobblestones, plus we were still having trouble finding our way around on the little winding streets. Craig is usually so good with directions, and I rely completely on him because I've got no idea! But in Seville he's having problems as well, ...
... top was nice. After that though, I went with Kea, Ana and Clara to get some food. We found out that they have something exactly similar to here to Dunkin Donuts, but instead it's called Duffin Dagels. It's funny. Anyways, we got a sandwich, drink and chips for 4 euros. it was great, and tasted amazing! We all just sat down since we had some time to kill, and than went shopping for some souvenirs. I got a present for Matt, and than Kea got some presents and a ...
... that's going on at the moment. On the way back to the hostel we watched some of the parade that was starting but it was so boring! But there were so many people and heaps had brought their own deck chairs to watch the show. We stayed for a bit but it didn't get any more exciting so we left. From the hostel we could hear the drums starting up again so I think it will be a looooong night! Up at 6 tomorrow to catch our bus to Faro, ...
... met and parking in a marina! Hot shower, toilet, wifi and a great view over the river - not just that but the bus stop was right outside the marina and the bus to Seville took just ten minutes and cost Euro 1.55.....so convenient!
Turns out Seville, like Malaga and Barcelona, is yet another beautiful Spanish city, though it reminded us a little of Vienna in Austria, probably the architecture, the wide boulevards and the elegant horses ...
... tend to stay out later. I can't tell you how many children I saw out to eat with their parents at 10/11:00. I'm not sure if this is because they also were on holiday and it was a special occasion or if this is just the norm. Put those kids to bed!
With all the exploring I did, a nap would have been nice, but there was far too much to see and do in this great city!