Catalonia Hispalis Hotel
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Thursday 28 May 2015
Left just before low ater and headed up the river. Very different scenery – very (UK)
east coast on the west side – marshy and muddy!!! very flat. Sawloads and loads of storks. Some nests had two young ones in them.
We managed to get to Seville on the single incoming tide which was great. Unfortuately we
cant get into the marina close to the centre as they were full so ...
... Hearst more than 20 years ago and hearing about his love for Spanish
style, or more specifically that of Seville. So it was interesting to go to the
Real Alcazar and other places in Seville and see parts of palaces that Hearst
tried unsuccessfully to purchase to dismantle to be incorporated into his dream
land in California. It makes me wonder what he did acquire ...
... and then to the cathedral and buy pass the long line because you already have a ticket! And it worked! When I was standing in line at the first church I was talking to some fellows from Soith Korea and they had figured out the same thing. They asked me if I had been to the Alhambra and I said no and they told me how to avoid having to buy the ticket ahead of time and stand in a long line. Good things to know! Enjoy the photos. Adventure ...
... would throw the box into a corner. Loudly. The pattern that I am starting to notice is that making a lot of noise after 22:00 is not only normal, it is absolutely a must. People don't sleep at that time?! Anyhow, today was a bit of a rainy day, at least in the morning. I decided to go to placa de Espania. A square recently built for a big festival in Spain. I sat down and ordered breakfast at a tiny bistro and talked to a girl for a ...
... a park. We had a light dinner back on the street, having had lunch about 5:30!
After breakfast in the morning we headed for the Alcazar. As John said, there was no shortage of opportunities for photographs. I know you won’t believe me, but I have really really edited the number of photographs. It was so very beautiful. And, get angry with me ...