Apartamentos Simon Verde
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... in. It was my turn to pick a dinner spot, so we headed to Los Coloniales for tea, only thing was, we never got there. We could not find it no matter what we did! We went around in a circle, ended up completely in the wrong direction, and had to backtrack about 4 times. We just stopped in the end, and had a couple of tapas and regrouped! For our own safety, we headed back to Plaza Alfafa, and had a couple more tapas and drinks there, then dragged our selves back ...
... J to engage.
The main focus of my arvo was the bull fight and details are included elsewhere. Nonetheless, I survived and am still not entirely sure just what I witnessed. But that's another story.
I returned to find J kinda relaxed though her attempts to locate e bathing venue to book fell awry as she'd got lost. We wandered back to the venue and made the booking for her cleansing tomorrow.
A late meal and the end of a busy day in ...
... series of game of thrones). Now if you know me well, or hell probably even not that well you'll know that I'm kind of a bit keen on dragons, not Hagrid hatch one in the fire of my wooden hut keen, but still pretty damn keen so you can see why when I read about this building I decided that Ceuta was the way to go. And that wraps things up in more ways than one. The standard end of my weekly blog yes, but also what I've come to think of as chapter 1 in my grand adventure, ...
... strolled across the river to Triana and drank wine by the river, fended off midges and over enthusiastic waiters until we found a wonderful little deli in a back street in which to sip wine from huge glasses and nibble very mature cheese! Day 2 we went up the Parasol for views of the city and wandered the narrow back lanes behind the cathedral, admiring the fabulously dressed guests arriving for a wedding! The Sevillians ...
... the Maria Luisa park and then walked back through this beautiful, not so British, kind of park. It's definitely colder today 14 to 16 degrees, so we are rugged up for the first time in ages.
The park is, not surprisingly, full of fountains and ponds and buildings that represented the countries in the 1929 Americas expo. The plantings similarly reflect the countries' exhibits. Now the university or other government instrumentalities have them. The Plaza de Espania is ...