Hotel America - Seville
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Time Check: 11:35 hrs - T5....only 1 hour to go before we can "drop off" our bags!. Early as usual....Cathy in bright green pantaloons and me in my new "Euro booties" a great Birthday present along with two spare pairs! Confusion at "Check In"........ As usual, "techno baffle strikes".... and as this is a 2 sector flight using BA and Iberia we are only able to check in on line with the BA LHR to Madrid part. The "SIESTA FACTOR" ...
... a table on the top floor we couldn't really appreciate the setting, or hear the guitarist. Phil and Kerryn returned home and Ron and I walked around the still busy streets, and as we arrived back at the apartment entry we noticed an add for a pianist in the foyer of a very small bar opposite our door, heard music and went in. We bought a beer and listened to the guy playing piano, noticing that all the crowd seemed on very friendly terms ...
... done interpretation and preservation centre for the archaeological pieces they found when they were ripping up the area to build a parking lot. They didn’t build the parking lot. Also, it was free with our Alcázar tickets, so bonus!
You'd think someone with a degree in English would know the different between an old-arium and a water-arium but that's okay, the Roman ruins were cool too. Ironically, my favourite part of the ...
... Romani people of Spain (Gitanos) from Andalusia. The performances typically consist of at least one guitar player (Toque), one or more male and female dancers (Baile) and a singer (Cante). The song is called a Palo and can take three forms, cante jondo, cante chico or cante intermedio. I believe the songs describe the hardships faced by the Romani people. The cante jondo tends to be somewhat deep and serious, and I believe this was what I heard in ...
... did a whirlwind lucky dip of the menu and you can see the results in the picture nom nom. Quail eggs, chicken with almond cream sauce, calamari, potato with spicy capsicum sauce and aioli, and spinach croquettes with pimento. All for €20 euro including two drinks.
We meandered back, getting brave venturing through random lanes to link up with the 'shopping walk' as recommended by Rick Steve - where the locals shop. It was interesting but anything I liked was ...