AC Hotel Sevilla Forum by Marriott
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... for a small outing (looking at shops) before heading out for dinner and then a night tour of the city. It was a lovely tour and well worth the ride for during the day and at night! FYI - Spain is the place for shoe shopping - every second shop is a shoe shop - it's amazing. I don't know if you have bought shoes in NZ that are made in Spain and it is NOT cheap - well they are a fraction of ...
... hot, I have been in colder saunas! When I turned in for the night I left the window open to let in the breeze. The centre of Casablanca is busy, all night. The sound of traffic and horns filled my room all night. I didn’t really sleep just dozed on and off. I decided to get an early start the next day and get into Spain. I got up, showered and was shocked to see the amount of bites I had, My legs were pretty much covered. I set off for Tangier ...
... his blog. We were thinking of going over to Morocco together but we needed to discuss and find out how much it would cost and how long we wanted to travel. In the end, Chris wanted to spend at least a week to do a circular route of the country. We felt we couldn't take that long because of our other desired destinations. Chris was ready to do it alone and headed out Wednesday morning. We wished him well and agreed to stop by his place in England at the end ...
... were 21 of them, 10 final professed and 11 not (I think). Almost all of them were black, with only three or four of the very oldest nuns being white. It's true that more and more of the nuns in places are being 'imported' from Africa and Southeast Asia where there are more vocations. Anyways, it was nice to hear vespers with the organ and a chorus of women's voices in contract to Laud's yesterday with all men's voices. Honestly ...
... presumably they must be in a dialect of the region).
Flamenco seemed to centre around soulful yet painful sounding chant by one woman with the support of a fast fingered acoustic guitarist who was extremely talented. The dancer was impressive with her precise movements which made her sound like another instrument to the music. She had the ability to add a beat with her loud stomping ...