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Travel Blogs from Seville
Today was a long driving day, leaving Rabat, catching the ferry across the Mediterranean to Algeciras in Spain and then a late arrival in Seville.
Immediately, we were struck with the beauty of Seville. It has such character, interesting ancient history, stunning buildings and architecture, so much atmosphere and night life.I love it. It could …
... them apparently holds the world record of the narrowest street (you can touch both ends of it with the span of your arms), and saw the most beautiful patios and courtyards within the residential areas. To end on a high, we went up to a roof top bar and sipped wine while watching the setting sun decorate the La Giralda. A rare treat as we are on a very tight budget. Thanks Enrique for the experience
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... started: a very small cream puff, another puffed pastry and whipped cream. The pork was outstanding.
I can't even begin to describe the Flamenco Show. There was a guitarist and two singers. There were about 7 women and 5 men dancers. They were so good it reminded me of River Dance or much more dramatic and passionate. They used castinettes, canes, fans, and shawls to add drama and interest. I didn't get many good ...
... short, she explained that actually it's very long for Japanese people and that she was very lucky. The most time people can get off work is 10 days, but because she works for her family she got to have a whole 12. Right next to the plaza is the Maria Luisa park, which had sweet little duck ponds and a lion fountain hedge maze. By this point I was of course running late to my flamenco show so I jogged halfway (sweating like the fountains I had just ...
... was a view point that looked odd against all the old surrounding buildings, but it gave a 360 degree view of Seville.
The following day we went on a day trip to Cordoba. We visited the gardens of the castle and the Mezquita, a mosque that has now been converted into a Cathedral - it looks odd as it retains many of the mosque features.
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