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... I did my usual wandering around in awe of the gorgeous stones and rings on display. Then one caught my eye....an amazing blue diamond with six white diamonds surrounding it. All on a 14 carat white gold ring. The sales dude insisted I try it on and then, once I had truly fallen in love with it, he told me the price! I could hardly get it off my finger fast enough lol.For the next two nights I snuck down to the store just to take a look at it again. ...
... views were amazing but a weird construction. Then back to the hotel for lunch then we visited the local shops and sat and watched the many horse drawn coaches and the ladies and young girls in their flamingo dresses going to the April Fair. Tonight we are of to an Andalusian night out for dinner and a show with the famous flamingo dance show. Tomorrow we leave the beautiful Seville for La Mancha and Córdoba and finish back in Madrid. ...
... night. We had an included dinner at a restaurant in town so we all filed onto the bus and went into town.
We walked down the main street and down a side ally to get into our restaurant. We all sat down and we got presented with bread and fried fish balls. Our first course was squid and potato soup (it was terrible) with a main course of paella with a desert of cake and custard. After dinner we made our way back to the hotel for an early night of ...
... door onto a back street. I followed him to find that he was trying to beat the other tourists to the where some Barbary Macaques were hanging out along the road. However, we weren't fast enough and the other tourists followed us to where the apes were eating and playing. It wasn't long before some of the tourists were feeding the animals (despite numerous signs warning of attacks and a £4000 fine) and the apes began to get too ...
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