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... My tail continued to wag in joy all day so happy being here though I admit it was flagging from energy loss towards the end. My Fitbit says I've climbed 129 floors and more than 38,000 steps and a total of 32.5kms. That'll do but I hope I crack the 55,000 steps in one day before the end - that's my goal for 2015 - to get at least one of those in my year. I will finish my first year with a Fitbit and expect to come close to 5500kms for the year. Not bad for an ...
Seville was a beautiful city that truly evokes the beauty of a Spanish city. We started our bright and early day at Plaza de Espaņa which was created for the World Fair of 1929 in Spain. We continued on to visit the Moorish Alcazar and its gardens, which were amazing. Although I don't remember a lot of the history because it was an early morning, I was interested in visiting the Alcazar because it is a future scene in ...
Seville is a great place with so much history.
I first visited Seville 18 months ago on business. I was impressed then but unable to see much of the place.
We ended up with 4 nights in Seville. Our park was just on the river and about 2ks and an easy purpose made cycle way into the old city. First stop the tourist information centre, always worth it. We purchased a two day hop on/ off bus tour for the price of one , ...
... Who could ask for anything more.
Then there is the city itself. Much of our time was spent in the old part of Seville with the tiny alley ways of the old Jewish quarter, the vibrant pedestrian walkways lined with interesting shops that lead from one plaza to another, each filled with outdoor cafes and families and friends socializing together. There are marvellous doors and shutters, colourful buildings with flower boxes, cobblestone streets and old-fashioned lamp ...
... In short it was sort of like walking through a Harry Potter museum without having seen or read any of it. The rest was some actual nice paintings of Seville, toreadors, views of the city and portraits of its people. Those were pretty nice. The tea girl recommended me to walk along the riverside and the neighborhood next to it so I did. The riverside was indeed rustic and quaint. Some little towers sticking out and one massive skyscraper in the distance make the ...