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We have been next door to the Arena del Torros (Bull Ring) for about a month. Although the Bull Fighting season is from April to end of October we were uncertain of if we would have gone to see an event.
Today was our last day in Seville and since it is the oldest Bull Ring in the world seating 14,000 people we decided to take a tour. It was quite amazing to see the history of this ...
... that the organised brutality that is a bull fight is still condoned through many parts of Spain. But, who am I to judge being an avid eater of meat with nary a thought at the humanity of the whole process ending when steak appears on my plate cooked to perfection with salad and chips?
But Sevilla is still a fantastic place.
We had a very slow morning just enjoying some down time and also to enable J to converse with her son back in Oz on ...
... that a bocadillo is a sandwich.
Although I had somewhere in mind for dinner, Google had placed a landmark a bit further down on the street which meant we took a wrong turn and couldn't find it. We settled on a restaurant by the waterfront which had a Menu del Dia (menu of the day) making our choice an easy one. The food was delicious and my drink was even better. I was deciding whether to order a beer or a sangria when the waitress suggested I try ...
... this opportunity to break a sweat.
All went smooth as pie. There was no line at ticket office and afterwards, we climbed the stairs to customs. Again no line. We followed direction arrows to terminal 4 where the ferry, a huge catamaran, was just anchoring. A guide who hoped to score some business with the tourists arriving chatted with us. He told us to have a seat because it ...
... furtive pictures of the cutlery in our drawers! No guns on us, sir!
We reached Quay 2 at 1pm, but our boat was not there! Sailing time was 2pm. We waited and waited and waited! We spent our last Dhiram in the cafe......and waited! Obviously, "timetable" is a complimentary term for a fairly loose sailing arrangement.
The Maroc Express (how funny is that?) arrived at 3.15, unloaded by 4.00 and sailed just after 5pm, which ...