AC Hotel Sevilla Torneo by Marriott
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... decided to head a little bit into town to a churro shack for a "snack," and then to wander until it was a reasonable time to eat tapas. We found the churro shack, which was bumpin', as the youth say these days, and we ended up ordering "1/4" and a small cup of chocolate. Thinking this was a 1/4 serving, we weren't expecting much. To our surprise, it was a 1/4 kilo of churros, with a cup of straight chocolate to dip it in, ...
... Ann and together we found a place to eat. The waiter didn't understand English and we had a hard time ordering. He finally went and got another waitress who understood a little English. We ended up ordering more than we had wanted. We ended up eating fish, mystery salad, a rice dish with chicken, duck and pork and of course beer.....another adventure. I walked 19,207 steps (7.45 miles) ...
... outside at the small restaurant with big terrace. We had good fun and left around 12:30, so we arrived at the caravan around 1. 12th After breakfast we would do some washing of bed sheets and so on as they had good machines here on this camping and than go the pool until late afternoon. We were joining Marco and Maria tonight at 9 to have dinner at a Japanese restaurant but first we would watch Brazil - Holland which again for Brazil was a big problem. Holland was so ...
... with the passion displayed by the performers being reflected from the happy onlookers.It was an amazing show and I was very pleased with myself that I had gathered myself back together enough to enjoy being in the moment I was, I had struck the balance of looking after myself and achieving a great outcome. I was still tired but was starting to re-charge. I know I need a couple of days with doing nothing and will look for a suitable place to do this.
We caught a train to Cadiz, the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe, the next morning. Columbus's second and fourth voyages sailed from Cadiz, and the city has a long and interesting history. We weren't there to delve into its history, though; the city doesn't have much in the way of buildings or museums that illustrate its past, which was fine with us, really an appreciated change of pace. Instead of starting with a castle or ...