Hotel America - Seville
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... a ways there are a bunch of restaurants and cafes laid out strip mall style, crowded with the Friday night crowd. It feels like the anti-Sevilla, a very hip, modern strip to spend your evening. I’m told that the commuter train runs until 2 AM on Friday nights, so I take my time soaking in the atmosphere before heading on back for one last night in Sevilla. After discovering 7 towns on foot, I think I’ve earned the right to take public transportation for a ...
... stop even if we tried harder, especially as it doesn't follow the same route back.
So getting off the bus as it was on its way back to wherever via Gelves we wandered into
the Parque Maria Luiza which took us to the Plaza de Espana. The park is beautiful and the building in the plaza quite grand
We then spent a good time visiting the Alcazar and it's gardens. The palace itself is stunning, ...
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There seemed to be a lot of small towns alongside the road that we needed to explore. I picked one. There was a small church there and nothing else. Glad it was not off the path too ...
... You could buy little pots and pans, tiny bread rolls, roof tiles, roman soldiers, palm trees and fully kitted out market stalls of meat, vegetables, cheese, all in miniature. See the photos. We walked on and had coffee at an outdoor cafe, served by a 'camarero', (waiter). Dapper, sharp and deft, these handsome young men with olive skin and combed back, jet black hair, starched white shirts, black aprons and slim black trousers, can wield a tray of glasses and bottles, ...
... They put your name on a list on the blackboard outside. Ate there tonight and had melt in the mouth sirloin with bacon and mushroom sauce and tiny fried potato slices with another plate of marinated tomato salad , bread basket, and a beer for 7euro! I often get lost finding my way home here as it is most certainly in the back streets, but really got lucky in the food and lodging stakes. Just as well because the entrance fees to all ...