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... interesting little spot. But I’m not done yet… I want to cram in just one more town today. 0708 End of a very Long Day (Sp 038, 10B-060) Mairena de Aljarafe, August 6, 2010 Day 339: 2 hours, 2.7 kms I hurry along the winding narrow Main Street that connects San Juan to the suburbs in the southwest. I reach an interesting neighbourhood with a definite Caribbean flair. Almost all the people here are immigrants, Dominican, South American and Moroccan. ...
... along the main carriage way. The supermarket was well stocked and did deliveries but unfortunately not into the marina itself, which is a bit of a
nuisance – need to rethink this major shop. In the afternoon we went back into the Seville – this time we wanted to see where the bus terminated so to avoid taking another taxi back to the marina. The bus basically does a circuit so we wouldn't have found ...
We picked up our rental car at the airport, which fortunately was right off the Motorvilla. So heading out to Granada was easy. The roads are a pleasure to drive - the speed limit is 75. The countryside was replete with farms of olive trees, wheat, and sunflowers.
... itself. In Cazorla, I never ventured further than the first plaza.
It was a bit hot in the back row. I suddenly heard applause as in a thank you speech to Elaine and tip provided. This is what happens when newbies think they need take charge. I never even knew if was going on, who was giving the speech, etc. Dumb de dumb dumb.
In Seville, the bus driver clearly did not know where he was going. He did a loop once and a later U-turn. ...
... getting a view of the city. We became sidetracked by a 50%25 off sale in a shop called 'Flamenco', where Kerry bought three shirts. Saturday morning and the cathedral queue stretched forever, so instead we wandered down the rows of Christmas market stalls outside the cathedral. Every stall was selling tiny figurines of shepherds, burros, mangers, Joseph, Mary, camels, and of course little niño Jesus...everything you would need for your own nativity scene. The detail ...