Hotel America - Seville
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Hola, today I wondered around. It seems I go down one street and then one off of that a street looks interesting so head down that one and pretty soon I am lost! So I wonder around some more until I see something that is familiar. So there are so many wonderful things to see. I made plans to come back here for Holy Week which leads up to Easter. Wow, prices of hotels skyrocket! Made reservations anyway at the place where I ...
... orange shirts and Dutch flags painted on their cheeks. Ahhh, World Cup Soccer match, Holland vs Spain, is tonight. We remembered watching Spain beat Holland in the 2010 final. Tonight would be a rematch of sorts. Terraces advertised the event and excitement built in the air. We asked if we could take a picture of the Dutch fans. Dave put on his Dutch accent as he counted down for the picture: "Vahn" ...
... for picking in December. Most of the oranges in the Andalusia region of Spain are shipped to England where they are used mostly for making marmalade. This region is also full of olive trees which grow well in the dry conditions. Apparently they also grow almonds, figs and harvest cork although not to the extent of Portugal. I was surprised to find that there is no border crossing between Spain and Portugal.
After getting up very early ...
... on the Arabic. We spent some time with the girls in Seville which was fun. We all went to a bullfight together one night, it started at. 10 o'clock . It was colourful and interesting to watch but the actual killing seems unnecessary and grotesque. As we only had novice matadors, the killing often took longer than necessary. We are not so mad about the food, a lot of it is too oily for our liking and chips or potatoes seem ...
... making the cobblestone streets feel more like alleys than roadways.
First thing we noticed was the lack of obvious tourists. The cafes were packed, the tapas bars were open and most people out appeared to be local or were doing a great job of blending in. At that moment it became obvious what was off about Lisbon, the cafes, restaurants and streets were full of tourists only. The locals were nowhere to be seen outside of a ...