Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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... where an Easter parade was taking place. We made our way across the bridge and walked the streets until we found another procession.
The small streets of Sevilla were gorgeous. The walls are painted various shades of white and mustard yellow, while almost all of the windows were decorated with crimson curtains. It was like something out of a dream, and I loved it.
The music here, too, was fantastic. Mateo and ...
... a decision and look petrified. Most of the time it is the wife leading and the husband just follows, having absolutely no input, for fear of getting a tongue lashing - they keep quiet and just carry the shopping bags. I've seen this look many times on Jeff from years of receiving the sink eye from me for giving his opinion. Then he gets balled out for not speaking up, poor thing!
it was almost 3pm and Amelia text me that ...
... you could pay to go up on. I think it was built for the big expo a few years ago. Where there is a tower Vern must climb, so up we went :-) The views were great although I was pleased to get down as the jolly thing moved a bit when you walked like a sway bridge.
We then happened across a churro shop, where we sampled the best fluffy and crunchy Churro with thick chocolate dipping sipping chocolate before taking a traditional stroll through the shops towards ...
Yay, this is what I thought the weather over here was going to be like! Woke up to a beautiful sunny day today and it was already 19o when we headed off for our morning excursion (think it ended up being about 24 for the day).
We started with a bit of a drive around the city, taking in the main sites before heading slightly out of town to Italica. This is just near the Rio Tinto mines! Apparently they started ...
... in Spanish so I sound like an idiot a lot of the time, and I've learned that Spaniards don't seem to care. They sincerely appreciate the fact that I'm trying to speak their language and are always happy to help....Now, if you don't think that's strange, think back on all the times you've seen a foreigner (particularly Asians at IU) and thought, as Dave Chapelle so eloquently put, "I CAN'T UNDERSTAAAAANNDDD YOU. GO BACK TO UR COUUUUUUNTRY."
Until the next time I get ...
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