Hotel America - Seville
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... is a restaurant back nearer the Flamenco café we find nearly empty, but the food is fantastic. The wine is great and the dessert! Anne had chocolate mousse and I indulge on ‘Gin and Tonic on a plate’. Very interesting, refreshing and very nice.
The minutes’ walk to ‘Tablao El Arenal’ is a little wobbly, but we are soon in line and then ushered in and a few seats from the front with our complementary drinks, (top up), and the show begins. No ...
... the bull sights and charges the horse and tries to gore and upend it in what is surely a swirling mix of bovine fear and anger.
The skill and bravery of the picador's horse is astounding for it seemed to me they are operating with a blindfold hindering all or part vision and therefore leaving the horse under the total control of the picador in the saddle. This savage engagement between bull and horse was enthralling even if the actions of the picador in using ...
... was the Cathedral y Giralda, this is the third largest church in all of Europe. You could actually fit a soccer field inside. I doubt if I could throw a baseball as hard as I could and reach the ceiling. We got our aerobic workout in by climbing 35 stories to the top of the Bell Tower. There are no steps here just ramps to each level. The ramps were created so horses could be ridden to the top in the medieval days to ring the bells. From the cathedral ...
... We went on 2 walking tours- the first told us a lot about the history of the city and explained monuments etc And the second talked about the lead up to the Spanish Inquisition. Fun fact- queen Isobel was sleeping with Christopher Columbus and they both died from syphillis!
Seville was a very ...
... br> Anna has been a bit quiet this morning, and held back a bit during the introduction to falconry. We found out why in a few minutes as we were rolling down the hill and we had our first round of carsickness on the trip. No real problem we are old hands at this: car is cleaned, carseat cover is bagged, Anna is stripped and re-outfitted in a few minutes. Molly hits a famacia and flawlessly transacts a purchase of motion sickness gum for kids and we are on our ...