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... which is the center of the shopping district. Later in the day we returned, and Lana purchased a beautiful scarf. In the afternoon we had a tour of the Seville cathedral, the largest cathedral outside of Rome. It is built on the footprint of what was originally a Muslim Mosque that dated back to the 12th century. When the Christians captured the city from the Muslims, they converted the Mosque into a cathedral. The original Mosque was destroyed and replaced ...
... couple of hours snacking on tapas and drinking vino tinto de verano to quench our thirst. Tough afternoon. We slowly made our way back to our neighbourhood, walking past the cathedral and archives, again getting a little lost through the streets (so busy, packed with tourists and restaurants!), enjoying (almost) every step (yes, no sympathy needed, but feet are pretty sore!), and had ourselves a siesta. We either had heat stroke or drank too many tintos because ...
... enjoy it more than going for tapas. He was right! Churros are the Spanish version of a doughnut, served in long strips and often dipped in chocolate. Victorino took us to one of the original spots for churros called Chocolaterķa Virgen de los Reyes. When you see chocolaterķa in the name, you know it’s going to be decadent. The chocolate was very thick – you could almost stand your spoon up in the cup. Meredith managed to drink ...
... I couldn't zoom in. They did part of the opera Carmen by Bizet. For me this will be one of the highlights of the trip. Larry and Derek thought it was great too. We were in a small theatre and very close to the stage. It was so full of energy that we were pretty wound up afterward. It was 9:00 when we got back. Larry and Derek stayed downstairs for a drink in bar. I came up to the room to download pictures and do this blog.
... and the door opened. Wow, this cathedral is massive! Even after the number of cathedrals and churches that we had visited, this one by far was the most impressive (and unfortunately, our photos don't do justice of showing how great it is...) We visited the tower with Giralda, saw the tomb of Christopher Columbus, admired many treasures from the Golden Age. We ended up spending about 2 hours or so. It was well worth it.
After that, we wander around ...