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June 10, 2014
Tangier Morocco to Tarife, Spain by ferry (37km)
.... then to Sevilla, Spain by bus (206km)
Hotel Abril €43 ($58.50) double without breakfast
We decided to have the buffet breakfast at the Ibis Hotel before we left for the port in Tangier. Unless breakfast is included, we often opt …
... amazing - largest Gothic church in the world, third largest of all churches in the world. We climbed the Giralda for some great views over Sevilla and over the Caterdal and it's courtyard of...you guessed it...orange trees. We then had a really nice tapas lunch in a good little tapas bar in the Barrio Arenal (we tried to get into Nick's favourite tapas bar, but it is also a lot of other people's favourite ...
... found ourselves looking back over the whole of Salamanca from 1005m above sea level which is only 6 meters below the height of our climb on the first day. We dropped into the town of Guijuelo (the start of stage 6 in the Vuelta de España). All we wanted at this point was a supermarket or corner shop where we might find water. What we found instead was the Ibérico ham centre of the world. About 10 ham distribution plants flanked the town which ...
... built around the Moorish architectural style. Since its completion other monarchs have made their own additions and the top floors continue to be used by the king and queen of Spain when they are in Seville. It is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe.
The Moorish decorations in this palace are in better condition and have more colour than those in the Alhambra but this is because the Seville palace is not as old. The ...
... t say there was no suffering involved on the animals' (and the human's) part. I understand why it is called an art, because it takes a certain skill to dance with an animal so clumsy and large while making it look smooth, but it also takes a certain skill and detachment to watch the shows as well. I appreciate the preservation of this ancient art, and I realize it is deeply engrained in Spanish culture. I think it would be ...