Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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... here. There seems to be alot of sales so it is all well timed!
Seville is impressive and I love the feel of it - spacious, green, clean and well structured. There were some smelly parts in the city but overall great. There is a lot of history with one of the main things being Seville was founded by Hercules, Christopher Columbus set sail from here to discover America.
... a hell of a time getting out of the maze that is Casablanca, in the end I headed for water and kept it on my left which meant I would be heading north. I spent about 90 minutes trying to get out of Casablanca, if I could offer a suggestion to Morocco it would be to invest in some decent street signs. Much like getting to Morocco I bought a ferry ticket en route about an hour outside of my ferry destination, this time, Tangier.
In trying to find ...
Our next side trip took place on Thursday, when we set out for Gibraltar. This Rock is actually a part of Britain. It took about an hours ride to the west to arrive at the Spanish-British checkpoint. These two countries have been having a ******* match about some political BS. and they are taking it out on visitors. Long lines creep along as the border patrol check each car and motorscooter. Fortunately, there is a scooter, motorcycle, and ...
After mass I went to the store and got some bread and jamon for tomorrow. They had warm small baguettes! How could I resist! And only .35 euro each. Came back to the hostel and am just updating the blog now. The bus to Tarifa tomorrow morning is at 9:30, so I'll probably try to leave the hostel around 8:30/8:45, which is about when I woke up this morning, so I'll try to get to sleep a little earlier today.
... was a view point that looked odd against all the old surrounding buildings, but it gave a 360 degree view of Seville.
The following day we went on a day trip to Cordoba. We visited the gardens of the castle and the Mezquita, a mosque that has now been converted into a Cathedral - it looks odd as it retains many of the mosque features.