Catalonia Giralda Hotel
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... intersections or rail crossings or stopping all the way to Geraldton.There are proper interchanges and flyovers even in an unpopulated area. The Spanish have invested hugely in this road system so there will be no need to upgrade for many years. All this in the countryside..There were tunnels, viaducts and bridges to keep the traffic moving , very few hills, they just tunnel them..3 lanes each way for kilometres.. And this in a country that is almost "broke" We learnt about ...
... sign of their ability to welcome strangers. Emily pointed out that many of these people are not actually Spanish but more into different racial customs later.
Tomorrow i head to Cordoba for the day. I am sure it will be very special. I hope all is well with everyone. I am having a good time but beginning to miss my bed (I am currently on a couch) and you all. Speak soon!
... sit and relax.
Early in the morning, walked across the Rio Guadalquivir to the Mercado Triana for breakfast ( as suggested by Lonely Planet). The building, built specifically for the markets, was beautiful, and the stalls open had a wonderful array of food. Breakfast was very average, with the Lonely Planet recommended suggestions not being known nor offerred.
Las Teresas, the bar described as a " go to destination" for a display ...
... my beautiful Spanish Lladro figurine (happy 50th birthday present!) and found some lovely ceramic plates and bowls. Dinner (tapas again) ...potato flan, scrambled eggs with veges, tuna salad followed by chocolate mousse. Ken had a richest creme brûlée I've ever tasted. Following dinner (which doesn't start until late ie 9.00pm) we enjoyed some "raw" flamenco singing and dancing. The "show" was in a rustic room and we ...
... On the road again or into the backstreet nation. One mesmerizing corner restaurant after another looking incredibly classically Spanish….. except it actually is. Curled iron, leaded glass, soft light, big stones for walls, and of course………. heavy ornate wooden doors built by an awesome artisan.
On the way back to the notlost part we guessed a ...