AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla by Marriott
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... brought on by the scenes of wanton-brutality I'd witnessed the previous night. I still can't quite digest what I experienced at the bull fight and I'm still mixed between admiring the spectacle and being disgusted and dismayed (though probably more leaning to the latter view). J said she was a bit concerned to find me prancing around the kitchen in deep sleep waving a tea-towel in extravagant flourishes and muttering "Torro, Torro " but somehow she'd managed to calm ...
... and we managed to leave just as the bells rung scaring the **** out of most people up there.
After the visit to the Cathedral we decided to grab dinner at a nearby restaurant. So far we'd only been to TripAdvisor recommended restaurants which have all been divine. This one was less so. Our waiter was a little abrupt and the dishes were only OK. This experience has just reaffirmed for me the value of using ...
... in Seville by staying on the entire loop route of the tour bus. And then, we'd go back to the most interesting sights. We quickly realized that many of the outstanding sights were off route. Sure, the city has wonderful monuments and architecture to admire along the route...the site of the Expo'29 for instance with beautiful Pavilions built by Mexico, Brazil, Columbia, to name a few. The bull fighting ...
... br> Over the next few days I intend to do some more systematic spanish practice after the last couple of weeks of struggling through the various conversations, accents and dialects in the North. WeŽll make the most of TeresaŽs neighbourhood swimming pool and do our best not to spend money beyond essentials (wine, beer and tapas included of course!).
I'm up at sunrise and I sneak out with my camera and, for only the third time, my tripod to get a few shots of Arcos in the early morning light.
Short digression on photography. I don't shoot much with a tripod, even when I'm home and have my nice sturdy one handy. I use it for portrait sessions when I have the studio lighting set up, but mostly I find I prefer shooting hand held. The Canon glass with Image Stabilization certainly helps, and on that system I ...