Hotel America - Seville
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... stop at a chain food place we had seen around and we were hungry. I ordered the salmon sandwich and grilled veggies and Janine and I shared vino with sparkling water. It hit the spot. I just looked at my jawbone app and it says we walked a little more than 28,000 steps (12 miles) today and that's even with the three hour train ride this morning. We were at lunch for about two hours people watching. Everyone was out with their families and we were admiring the children playing. ...
... follow to and through the cathedral before returning by different routes to their starting points. The part of the route from Campania where they meet to the cathedral is lined with chairs and is only open to those with tickets. The rest of the city, though, is a free-for-all.
This results in seven to ten long processions simultaneously slowly snaking their way through the city each day from midafternoon until after midnight. Additonally, on Thursday night into Friday ...
... waiter will automatically hand us our usual tipple. Today's lunch were chicken breasts stuffed with dates and pistachios - delicious! (Dad, that last sentence is directed at you in payback for the bragging you have done about Michelin restaurants over the years!). So with our day behind us we returned to the apartment where we championed that well known chore of travelling hell; laundry. Thankfully, with the help of our crazy little translation App, (we have had a few ...
It is getting harder and harder to be up early! In turkey next week we will have no choice so for now we are enjoying getting up when we want! Not that Andy knows how to sleep in past 9am!! We were extra tired because of the drumming that woke us up during the night! Turns out there is a festival on in Spain at the moment that means loud drumming in the middle of the night. Today was our only full day in Seville so we wanted to make the ...
... and then back across the river to, and you have never heard this before, to drive through the Macarena. The two other people on the bus did not spontaneously break out into the moves but I feel I might have if the music had happened. The Macarena is high rise tenements, in nice colours, but this is a depressed economy, so there are lots of folk standing around and police vehicles visible. The Macarena was the site of a famous gate to the walled city of that name. ...