Hotel Trh Alcora
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... seen. The amazing thing about the walls is their condition. They are in a near perfect state. If you did not know better, you would swear they were built last week. Looking out over the area surrounding Avila, you get a definite feel for what it must have been like to defend the city. One of us, (guess who?) had to drive inside the walled town. The one-way streets were fine when following the car in front, but when they turned off, we were left to our own devices. Many a ...
... May 23rd, we spent the morning working on this blog. We decided that our new Samsung tablet was not quite doing the job we expected for uploading the pictures and continuing the travel writings. Ian had recommended a computer store to perhaps purchase a new laptop. We headed out for a self-guided tour of Seville. First stop, the computer store. We spent an hour here and decided to buy the laptop. The computer tech would have it ready by 7 p.m. this evening. Our ...
... Trade of the Indies built by Queen Isabel I. We rode the horse carriage for about 10 mins to escape from the rain and it was pretty rocky and it took us 6 hours to get to Seville from Madrid in a bus. It gave me a headache what it must have been like for the royals to travel here in a carriage on unpaved roads. Anyways this Hall was where Amergo Vespucci and Magellan planned their world travel. How cool is that. I'm not ...
... as a residence for the current royal family. It was a very manageable size and we were able to enjoy it later in the day without the crush of tourists. Lindsay ( the Junior) mentioned that it might be redundant after the Alhambra - but we enjoyed it and found it very easy to visit - compared to the overwhelming size and scope of Granada - also not to be missed.
Today we braved the Sevilla tourists throngs and the heat and took a bus to see the Church of the ...
... and take another run at the Spanish for "No, I am freaked out I don't need clothes I need to find my daughter." My vocab isn't quite up to task here, but my facial expressions are and I see it in her eyes when this registrers and her whole body languages changes once she understands what's going on. She grabs a security guard in a red blazer and provides a quick brief on the situation. Walkie talkies emerge, the PA in the store crackles to life, and like that... the whole of the staff ...