Hotel America - Seville
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... through the city ( all closed as it is Sunday .... So much easier to get around), we ended up at the Gold tower ......where we went up for a view of the city.
Visited the 'mushrooms' Parasols structures.... Huge umbrella like structures in an art form. Pretty modern and locals have mixed feelings about the design.... Looked really cool.
Lunch out ..... Salad full of strawberries and almonds with goats cheese. Yum.
During the night I was woken up a couple of times because of strange noises. In a half dream state it is actually not too hard to imagine what was going on. Clearly someone used at least 5 entire rolls of tape to secure something, or someone to something else. It took him about 30 minutes and several trips to get more tape. The other noise was clearly of someone cleaning plastic boxes, turning them over to get each of the six faces then ...
... rides), bridges and a fountain in the middle.
We then finished our day at Montaditos for 50c Montaditos (like pintxos in rolls) which is their special on a Monday. Confused? Montaditos is definitely the name of the food. We were told the restaurant was called Montaditos but there was also a 'Zoom' or something written around it. We have learned it is a franchise ...and every Monday is 50c Montaditos ....so we ate Montaditos at Montaditos is what I can gather.
So time ...
... different to what we expected and they played old traditional music with styles of clapping we had never thought of... So many different ways to clap. Who knew.
After the show we were allowed to take a photos and the we left via a back alleyway down a tiny street which was lit for safety. Spain is awesome!
The streets were still busy late at night, and when we got back to the hotel we tried to book the next night and trip. Granada... Everything appears full. Oh ...
... The guitarist was awesome and the singer sounded almost Arabic: he sang from his throat and it was kind of mournful. The woman looked very serious and kept her eyes down while she danced. The performance was an arresting mix of passion and restrain. I wanted to go back the next night to see it again!
On Sunday I wanted to go to the cathedral but it was closed so I went to the Archivo General de Indias instead. It's a Spanish naval museum that is currently hosting ...