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... made a cake to pair with it. I have no idea how they maintain their figures with the portions they served but I was happy for the food and made no complaints.
On my final night in Sevilla we went to see Flaminco dancing. It was at a free locale and was quite something. I've never seen this style of performance but the musicianship was incredibly impressive. I kept attempting to follow their rhythms, which play ...
... I'd go along and see what it's like. I managed to get a good spot on the side of the road and was surrounded by kids holding plastic bags to collect sweets in. I thought, how many sweets are they expecting on getting? There's only three kings and they have to go all the way around the city (the Seville parade lasts for about 6 hours!). How foolish of me. I should know by now that Spain doesn't do things by half! There were loads of floats that came by, marching ...
... from 2 - 5 p.m. while bars and restaurants close from about 4 until 8 p.m.
Which means outside of the touristy areas, it looks like a ghost town for a few hours and don't even think about finding a place open for dinner until 8 p.m.
When I checked into my hostel around 6:30 p.m., there were two girls who also had just arrived and were really hungry. They could not understand why ...
... and all I'd seen. It felt like a long journey with still another country to go! Here is my original post.
Planning a trip with only one full day of sightseeing is a mistake, but better to have come and seen a little than to not have come at all. Given that I still have a cold, my main plan was to spend the time here in Seville getting better. It is working, my cold is better, and I've seen the Alcazar Palace, The Cathedral and The Spanish Palace, ...
Hola, We have just come to the end of our Spanish sojourn and are currently on a plane to Paris. We have had a good time and coped with the heat but it has made swims, siestas and lots of sangria necessary. Seville has probably bed the hottest city and it is where we have spent the most time,often it was still 45 degrees at 6 or 7 at night. We enjoyed Seville the most, it is quite a sophisticated city and also very old. Orange trees ...
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