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... br> There was unbroken sunshine all day and the morning’s nice breeze turned into a hot wind, so I gave up on the track took my life in my hands to cross he railway and had a long stretch of road. Then there was a sign saying 'Las Cabezas de San Juan 4’. I made it, but only just.
The welcome to Las Cabezas is a notice from the Councli banning travelling salesmen. I was directed to a hostal, from where I was directed across the road to a similar establishment. ...
... we finally found ourselves a lovely local restaurant with a 10Euro menu of the day. The man man/owner was exceptionally welcoming and we found ourselves seated amongst walls of wine and sherry. A group of 4 local men were enjoying their lunch and when they left the barman retrieved 6 bottles of sherry from their table – a good lunch indeed!
Kim got to try a local specialty – gazpacheco – cold tomato ...
... Islam. As a result, very detailed and intricate colourful, geometric patterns are prevalent on the walls, ceilings and floors of Sevilla's buildings. Turkish Baths After a hard day of beating the Seville streets, we decided on some downtime at a Turkish bath near the hotel. Turkish baths are designed so that you progress from a large pool of lukewarm water to a hot bath and finally into an ice cold bath. Somehow this ...
... across from the High Alter. The baptismal font in the St. Anthony's Chapel is the largest that I have ever seen - would make a nice birdbath for the backyard! There are some paintings by Murillo inside and many beautiful examples of Stained Glass work. Photos never do it justice - but a few are included for you to look at. After viewing the Cathedral and the Giralda we had about an hour to explore the Barrio Santa Cruz - a beautiful pedestrian only ...
... I speaking almost entirely Spanish between us, perhaps she realized it would be easier than she thought to communicate. Carmen ended up grilling the meat since I feared the hot oil that was spitting out of the pan every time we turned the fish. I also had a short moment of fear when I realized the fish wasn't deboned and had a LOT of spiky little bones that cut into my hand as I held them to clean them (flashbacks of fishbones stuck in my throat in China made me nervous), but it ...
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