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... I rented a bicycle, the city was mine; at least the mornings and evenings, as
it is in the high 90’s this week. And once I got some sleep and found all my
food sources, I felt back on track. My first day out I accidently bought a
combo ticket at the smaller Church of El Salvador, which then allowed me to
by-pass the long line into the Great Cathedral and have the amazing experience
of being alone in that wondrous, huge ...
... through to the other side. The Palacio Real, home of the Spanish Royal family, unlike Buckingham palace, is open to the public. Also, it had a large queue. Did we want to wait in line for an hour to see another snooty palace (this was just days after we visited the Palace of Versailles)? Hell no. We took some pics, turned around, took some pics of the Catedral de la Almudena, and went on our way. So far, we weren't very thrilled with Madrid. In fact, we ...
... the twisty, turny lanes and streets. The beautiful cathedral is huge, one of the biggest in the world, built in the Gothic style in the late 1400's, incorporating the original mosque's minaret, La Giralda, into its design. Kassie and Landon did a tour of the cathedral while we chased little man around and let him pet the "see-sees". We spent lots of time just strolling around the city (much of Sevilla is car-free pedestrian ...
After our plane was delayed we arrived very late into Seville. We picked up our car and headed to our accommodation for the night. As it was late Belinda and Colleen decided they would go to bed, Andrew and Ben decided as it was our only night in Seville, they wanted to check it out. They drove round the streets trying to find a park then walked the streets until they found a bar to enjoy a ...