Axor Feria Hotel
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... my hotel by 9 to hunt down some breakfast. As I'm on a seriously tight budget, I wanted to find a grocery store to buy some fruit and yogurt. I set out for my adventure with the intention of going to a market only a few blocks away. Of course I ended up going in the completely wrong direction and didn't realize so for quite some time. After looking at Google Maps on my phone and seeing the blue ...
... admitting that I did have helado for lunch a couple of times. For lunch, not with lunch. Hey – it’s gluten-free!
But really, the big thing in Sevilla for me was flamenco. Oh yes, I eyeballed the cathedral and I visited the Alcázar and its gracious gardens – but mainly I wanted to experience flamenco. And I was not disappointed. Both of the shows I went to were absolutely dazzling. The blistering guitars! The raspy, soulful singing! ...
... that has all other basics. I am still in search of our panaderia (bakery), we are very close to the carniceria (butcher) also. So, life is good.
The fruit here is amazing, the flavor is so much better than anything we can purchase at home. I also love that I don't have to pick out my own fruit here, we just tell him what we want and he chooses the best. Everything is at the perfect point for eating. Oh and the beets, olives, cheese, white asparagus, ...
Nat got up at 8am to drive Santi (who slept on the couch) to his grandma's place in Meco but after a **** nights sleep I only got up at 11:30 - still three hours before Diana.
Spoke to mum on Facebook and arranged for dad to call which was really nice, although I could hear me in the background and I sounded like a quacking duck.
I had a headache in the afternoon so asked for some tablets - ...
Every once in awhile in
Madrid I come to a stunning realization. I am actually in Madrid. Today
after many mornings of breakfast being a solitary piece of toast, I finally had
a large breakfast. One thing I have learned in Spain, is that breakfast is very small. It is a big adjustment. Comí huevos y beicon con pan toastado y bebi
café. I have never been so
satisfied with eggs and bacon in my life. The waiter was incredibly