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... with one hand, swerve between tables with dishes of tapas and deliver the bill on a little silver tray with scarcely a tilt of the head. They can be arrogant and dismissive of tourists, as they rarely speak the crude language of the inglese. If you make an effort to speak Español then they will warm to you, and if you make good selections of tapas you might get an arched eyebrow, an appreciative downturn of the lips, and the muttered word 'perfecto'. Then you know you ...
... the altar float, band and congregation going past our hotel. ¡Aye caramba! Apparently, each of the churches also has a weekend festival where they close the streets for their float procession - sort of like a warm-up for the bigger Holy Week festival near Easter. We were able to follow the float and saw a switch of float carriers take place just before the home church. The guys coming out from under the heavy velvet float skirt were drenched ...
... they can be difficult to spot right away and you need to be ready to turn quickly. Luckily, the traffic mentality in Spain is also different than back home. Here, driving does not feel like a competitive sport and other drivers are very forgiving.
Part 3 - Getting out of the city: and our first incorrect exit out of a roundabout. Luckily, there are a LOT of roundabouts and we were able to correct our ...
... wander off into the Barrio in search of a Tapas bar. (Wow we are eating before 3 pm today) and we did not get lost in the Barrio. Wait could it be that we are finally get the lay of the land... We found a little place at the crossroads where three lanes intercept, and we sat facing outward watching the world go by, but mainly we just watched lost tourists trying to figure out where they were on their maps, knowing full well that was so us just a few ...
... Town Hall, Archive of the Indies (where the historical records of the American continent are kept), the Fine Arts Museum (the second largest picture gallery in Spain) , plus convents, parish churches and palaces.For all its important monuments and fascinating history, Sevilla is universally famous for being a joyous town. While the Sevillians are known for their wit and sparkle, the city itself is striking for its vitality. It is the largest town in ...