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... oily for my taste. Having had a late breakfast (and then the churros) we decided to buy some bread, ham, tomatoes, cheese and avocado to have for lunch at our afternoon stop at 2.30pm, rather than having lunch before we go, or alternatively the ****** motorways food when we had our rest stop. Departed at 1.00 for our short trip to Seville - about 3 hours drive, passing many, many olive groves on our way again. They go on for kilometres! Olives are ...
... 14€ fee to gain access rights to view the game on the IPad, though I did muck up my mental maths and logged in during the second quarter with the Hawks seemingly in control. The game was of vague interest thereon as one-sided games are when in a neutral non-in-Australian state-of-mind and to be honest, I skipped bits of the final half to instead gaze and wonder about how terrifying it must have been being pushed off the New Ronda Bridge (kinda dark and gloomy I know, but I ...
... on our travels through Andalusia. Some will be cliché and stereotypical, but they left an impression, so I'll mention them.
Andalusia is horses, pork, and the Catholic Church. All are pervasive, public and revered. (Yes, this is stereotypical and our Spanish friends might not be interested in any of them. Except for the jamón!) As a Canadian, they are a near constant presence which we are not used to. Our children learned a lot about the ...
... We took two loops of the 12-stop schedule in order to get a feel for the highlights of Seville between 10:00 and 12:00 so we thought that it made sense to go back on board for lunch (save those precious Euros’) and head back out after lunch. Sure enough the girls passed on a second attempt so it was left to Tom & I to explore this ancient Spanish city ourselves. We headed over to the Roman ruins ...
... attendant was lazily wiping her hand off between kisses - can you spell OUTBREAK!
After a fortifying glass of cerveza and a paella for "moi" ( Mike can't eat paella due to his allergies) we headed back to line up for the Seville Cathedral.We decided this would be our one "church" visit on this trip besides Santiago de Compostello. The Seville Cathedral is the largest gothic cathedral in the world - they even have a Guiness Book of Record's certificate to prove it - ...