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... edge of the road that we cultivate in flower gardens at home, people riding horses in the streets, and, we are in Andalusia so they are simply stunning, the feel and pull of the Camino and Spain is fully present.
Tonight's digs is the municipal Albergue, though only 20 beds, we are in a room of 6. Andrés and Carmen have joined us and when we finally leave the bar we'll find out who else has joined us for roomies. Beers €1, I had some ...
... read the preceding paragraph. But don't worry, the grossest part is over.
Mark Twain is credited with saying "The coldest winter I ever spent was summer in San Francisco", but I'd wager he never spent a winter in Sevilla. When I was reading about Sevilla before coming here, I thought how nice it would be to be in a place where the winters are mild--average highs around 60, lows around 40. It never freezes. ...
... next week for Christmas. Very exciting!
Just in case any of you are on the old-fashioned side and haven't gotten your cards in the mail yet, I do have a street address and would be thrilled to hear from you via snail-mail:
Republica Argentina 37-1A
Much love to all, and to all a good night :)
... after lunch we walked down to the old city & all around the many narrow, cobbled stoned street & then had a river cruise to see the city from the river. We have a guided tour tomorrow around the old city & then some more free time to spend there. 27/10/2014 Monday We have had a very busy day today & we are just resting up before dinner tonight. This morning started with a guided tour of Seville where we were shown some of the buildings ...
... other side of the crossroad and certainly no logic to how traffic behaved. Interesting. At some point my gps gave up and directed me into a dead end street, into a street that was being repaired (not its fault), and across boulevards where people were not used to seeing cars I think. When I found the parking garage I was extremely relieved. I was tired and thirsty and wanted to get my stuff to the place I was staying at. I followed my ...