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... was perfect today ... Get to watch tennis final live!!!!! Roland Garos time!!!! Things to mention ..... Lots of weddings yesterday... Everywhere we were there were bride and grooms posing for photos....on our trip!!! And in our area last night. All in beautiful ivory gowns with massive trains and veils draping along the cobbles. Big festivities here today.... The city had been swamped by fans in red and white football ...
... it includes a canal. Caleches went by as well as the goofy segway people.
Back after 1730. A shower and some computer time until 1930 rendezvous. Quite happy to return to El Rinconcillo, the first tapas bar Elaine took us to. Had three sherry's and then switched to tinto verrano to make sure I was fine in the morning. I let John by and large do the ordering of tapas, including the usual culprits of cheese and ham plus some breaded salted ...
... in April. The nice thing is most museums are not expensive to get into. This one was 1.50€ which is really nothing. The art started out sort of heavy with serious religious art. I figured even if I didn't like the art the frames were art enough! It all ended on a lighter note when I saw a painting I recognized by Senet. And then there was a Miro and Picasso, Rene Magritte and others. The building itself was wonderful, ...
Yesterday I think was one of the nicest days up to now. I decided to take the car for a spin and head for a little village called Osuna. Firstly I was pleasantly surprised that my car was safe and sound alongside one of the streets outside the city center. I programmed the gps and an hours drive later I parked my car is the streets of Osuna. I was in for a little climb to the hop of the hill the village is situated on and arriving at the ruins I was impressed. It ...
... store!!!!! RENFE: The Spanish Train System. Wow - I remember my parents having to travel back from Spain by rail in the 1950s after a moderately bad car crash (minor injuries). The went 3rd class overnight and shared a cabin with a group of men playing cards, smoking strong fags and eating Chrizo. Hard wooden seats and very unpleasant. Todays Spanish Rail System must be the envy of the world. Modern TGV links - super hi-tech trains - punctual. We arrived ...