Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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... zone before 8am.
He gets a nice surprise when he sees the car - a smashed side window.
Someone had broken into the car to steal anything of value.
But luckily there was nothing in it, so nothing taken, police report done and easily fixed
already with a local repairer, and at no cost because insurance covers it all.
It could have been way worst but in ...
... which is the center of the shopping district. Later in the day we returned, and Lana purchased a beautiful scarf. In the afternoon we had a tour of the Seville cathedral, the largest cathedral outside of Rome. It is built on the footprint of what was originally a Muslim Mosque that dated back to the 12th century. When the Christians captured the city from the Muslims, they converted the Mosque into a cathedral. The original Mosque was destroyed and replaced ...
... we were food and charged us, quacking and trying to eat our feet. This continued for some time while we exclaimed "quiere comerme!" which bought the attention and laughter of many Spanish people in the garden. We don't know how to say duck yet.
By the time we finished in the palace we were STARVING!! We walking past tons of bars and cafés but the price was not right. We found one bar for the right price and sat down to some bad food, but food none the less. ...
We were able to experience Sevilla at its best, during La Feria de Abril (held in May this year). This time of year is also the beginning of bullfighting season. We partook in both and together, they are a vibrant and lively exposition of Andalucian culture. In fact, what struck me most about Seville this time of year was the color. The seasonal ...
... board the bus, and remove our two dodgy boys! We sit for about fifteen minutes while they are questioned beside the bus. They are then escorted to the waiting police car and driven away.... maybe not so paranoid.
Even with the delay in Tarefa, we arrive in Seville only a little behind schedule at 5.20 pm. The temperature is still 38 degrees!! We grab our bags and with much pleasure (and money in our pocket) walk straight past two money machines and ...