AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla
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... home. We don't spend too long before we decide hunger and the need for a toilet needs to be attended to, so we kick it out of the plaza and along a street filled with cafes and settle on a Lebanese one. We order two small drinks and food. Ha, small drinks. They were goblets and we did not complain. After finishing our food and drinks, we had the energy to head back to the gardens, look at a few more dogs before having a nice stroll through the plaza and seeing all its gardens and ...
... the Giralda. The Plaza Espana is beautiful! The cobblestone streets are doomed with fragrant orange trees and flower boxed balconies. Although it is very warm, we are loving the slower pace of this smaller charming town. And the best food we have had in Spain so far. We took a boat ride along the river on a "Duffy" which was ironic since they were invented by Duffy Duffield of Newport Beach, CA and ...
... at the ferry terminal, and went in to collect our tickets. Bummer news – the wind was so strong that they had to cancel the 9am ferry. "Maybe the ferry will leave at 11, or perhaps at 1." That didn’t really inspire a lot of confidence in us, and since a storm was supposed to blow in over night, it didn’t really seem like the wind would be ceasing any time soon. We decided we didn’t want to really spend any more of ...
... outdoor cafes often filled with Sevillanos bundled up in their fur coats (yes, lots of furs around here). This makes me smile when I can stop my teeth from chattering for long enough. I think they've got something figured out, but still. There's often a breeze along with the sun, & overall it's just hard to stay warm. At home, they also have these tables with heavy tablecloths draped all around them to the ...
We had a late start to the day, as we were heading to Seville by train. Following breakfast in the courtyard we finished packing, checked out and got a taxi to Granada train station. We arrived about 40 minutes before our train was due so I just caught up on some reading. Although we have first class Eurail tickets, the train to Seville today was only 2nd class, and to be frank we couldn't pick much difference between the 1st class compartments we ...