Hotel Trh Alcora
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... in the shade! After ordering, our orange juice arrives promptly, but there is no sign of food. After about twenty minutes we ask the waiter. Ah, so sorry, didn't realise we also wanted food! Not sure what he thought we were pointing at on the menu or what he wrote on his pad. Really not too concerned though, it's a great spot for people watching and we have ' nothing to do!' Eating done, and with the coffee buzz upon us - honestly, the coffee is ...
... we visited El Alcazar, a very, very beautiful and elaborate garden here in Seville. It is located next to the Cathedral. My guidebook says "if there is a heaven, let's hope it looks something like El Alcazar." I totally agree. We saw all sorts of plants, and there were numerous fishponds. There were also several peacocks walking around the garden. They were very friendly, and very gorgeous.
After a few hours, we met again to ...
... were out. We avoided the crowds until nightfall. The night of Thursday is the biggest of Semana Santa because the most popular and largest pasos are out. They start around midnight and go until about noon or after the next day. We hung around some new Spanish friends speaking a mix between English and Spanish and patiently waited, enjoying our time out with the new people, and finally got to see a few more processions during the nighttime. People were waiting for hours in ...
... that of Cuba and France, which was pretty cool to see. Around each corner there also seems to be a nice garden.
Since most people walk to get around, there are always people in the streets, day or night, weekdays or weekends, especially where we stayed in the city center. The streets themselves are never straight; they are triangles or curvy roads. The streets are also super skinny and look very similar looking to the alleys or other walkways. ...
... Yesterday the temperature was a baking 38° C and that’s the average high for July-October.
So after taking my siesta, I embarked on a tapeo, or trawl of tapas bars, as recommended by a Frommer’s Guide I found in my room. The Andulusia region (southern Spain where Seville is situated) is particularly well known for its tapas and it’s worth digressing here a moment to write about this cuisine.
The idea is to sample small portions rather than ...