Catalonia Hispalis Hotel
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... It was packed and we sat outside. We ordered the Pisto, croquets, wings and Tinto de Verano's...then made a mistake and thought we ordered one more dish of meat ball but got three...we waddled home (lunch).
- Antonio Romero (across the street from our flat) they have 3 locations (2 on our street). The Bacalao is amazing! Very authentic and local.
- El Tabanco on C/Rosario (Flamenco shows on Wed, Fri and Sat nights late) - Jerez tapa ...
... I was cringing every 25 seconds because the driver was holding a whip (although he only used it once) and we kept having to go onto the main road and I could tell our horse (Salsa) was scared to death. I felt so bad for the poor horse I could hardly pay attention to the sites. We saw tons of things on that carriage half of which I don't remember because we went through everything so fast!
After we dismounted the carriage I gave Salsa some ...
Yesterday we said farewell to Portugal and crossed over to the bordering country of Spain. The first stop in Spain is Seville. Seville is another huge city with skyscrapers and numerous sites such as plazas, gardens, and even a bull ring. Getting around in Seville was a lot like in Lisbon, however, it is rare that you find a local resident that speaks English. Even the bus driver that drove into Spain from Portugal didn't speak any English. That being ...
... to 8pm so we headed straight to Camping Valdevaqueros in Tarifa where we had stayed before. It rained....just like it had before! Good job they have a dryer to go with their washing machine! We also washed all the desert sand off Peanut who came up looking like a box of birds.....she's a beautiful thing, our Peanut....going to be mighty hard to let her go!
From Tarifa, we headed to Seville, taking a tip off a couple of travellers ...
... of the city and on through the University.
We have come across so many bucks and hens nights throughout Spain, on our walks we were sung 'Pretty woman' to as we walked down the street.
South of the city centre is Parque de Maria Luisa, a large garden of paths to follow through the trees, flowers, fountains and lawns. This is located right beside the impressive Plaza de Espana, an enormous semi-circle building covered in ceramic tiles surrounded by ponds, fountains ...