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... water and air to play music on the hour. I ventured partially into the garden maze but wisely elected to backtrack else Mum would still be waiting hours later. In total we spent almost 5 hours there, enjoyed a very good coffee and tasty but expensive roll with prosciutto in the outdoor seating admiring the gardens. Easy stroll back to the hotel to collect bags and car and begin the drive back to ...
... Inn ...haven't seen a garden anywhere yet ..all concrete jungle !! But the lunch was good ...tomorrow better get into the main hub of things as there must be more to this place than ...nothing Been looking at flamenco bars ..might go for a bit of a boogie tomorrow night .... Oh and the BIGGEST **** OFF OF ALL ....is that I didn't go to a bull fight in Madrid ...they were on every night I was there and there's one here the night after I leave ....Silly duffer ...
... to the checked luggage screen so the lady started things afresh for me. I win no prize for neatly applying the checked luggage sticky thing. No extra baggage fee.
Security was pretty quick though I somehow rang the buzzer [had to be my electric personality but this early in the morning the machine must have been very sensitive to find it]. Through everything, to a Lavazza spot, advertizing itself as 'Italy's favourite coffee'. Had a cappuccino and a croissant ...
... A bit more of a walk, and it was a quiet afternoon (read siesta).
The Bus took us to Seville the next day. We headed out to find some dinner and drinks, we only need walk down to the main road near our Pension and there were many places serving tapas and beverages. We also caught a free flamenco show (on the recommendation of one of our fellow free walking tourists). It was a pretty good taster.
We went on a free ...
... sorted out our travels for the next few days. Off to wander the streets of Granada. Quite a nice place, lots of cobbled streets and alleys with plenty of cafes and shops along these narrow streets. Sat down for a coffee - had been wanting to taste some churros. My idea of churros was donut type pastry with sugar coating. However, when it arrived, it was just fried pastry and came with a little cup of chocolate to dip in before eating. It was ok, but ...