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Seville also boasts the largest Gothic church in the world. The inside is massive. I tried to take pictures that would capture just how big it was, but they do not do it justice.
Something I try to do in most cities I visit is a walking tour. Usually they are free with a tip for the guide, but sometimes, the really good ones cost money. That was the case in Seville. I decided to do the Legends Walking Tour which covered a lot ...
... con Espinacas (Chick Peas with
Spinach). My multicourse dinner in Antequera included a fantastic course of
vegetables (mostly shredded zucchini and onions) in a saffron cream sauce in puff
pastry, and in Seville I had some stuffed zucchini with goat cheese. Marinated
partridge is a particularly popular addition to green salads, and partridge pate
sometimes shows up as a spread for bread. I’m not clear on whether it is farmed
or all from what hunters ...
... going to and from the hospital on my own at odd hours of the night in a foreign country, not knowing what was wrong with my husband and whether or not he would need surgery ALL forced me to let go of any fears I had, think reasonably, positively and trust 110% in God. Thank you to my mother in law who prayed with me, my sisters Suzy and Crystal and best friend Danette who provided support in whatever way they could from so far away.
... got mystified.
On the last day we went to a cathedral.
It is a big church and it was the 3rd largest in the world.
That night we went to a flamingo dancing show.
It went on for an hour and it was sooooo boring.
The next day we left Seville and drove to ...
... on a very narrow peninsula, only a couple of blocks stand between you and the water at any given point in the city. A huge percentage of the population must live with views of the impossibly-turquoise Atlantic Ocean. We spent a lot of our time walking along its perimeter and enjoying those ocean views, communing with the many fishermen casting their lines over the sea walls.
After several hours in Cadiz, we took the hour and a half-long train back ...