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... the monks here.
The tower is a few storeys tall, and the circular staircase has been used well over the years, but the view over the top wall is really very good and the majority of the city can be seen due to the city being built predominately on a plain in the curve of the river. The tower is actually a Naval Museum now and the pieces here, are all nautical and maritime in their nature and they are all interesting in their own way. We enjoy a relaxing wander here and then ...
... system down that landed us seats at the bar after one glass of wine. We let Susanna and Ian choose our tapas, within reason for me. I was not going for the calf neck. For those not in the know, accoding to our tour guide books and the TV series, Anthony Bourdain No Reservations, tapa bars are especially popular in Spain. Bars serve drinks and small portions of specialty foods that are inexpensive. They usually have between 10 and 20 tapa choices and the local ...
... round for a bit. We stopped for sangria to cool down then wondered around the old town some more. We had some tapas at a restaurant on the Calle Mateos Gago (a famous street filled with tapas bars) which had about 10 bull heads mounted to the walls. The food was delicious - we had potato and ham croquettes, calamari, goat’s cheese with honey, oxtail and steak in whiskey. We then headed to a Flamenco show ...
... better. The dancing however was to die for – it was the opera of dancing. There were 2 guitar players, 3 singers (2 men and a woman) and 5 dancers (3 women and 2 men). They were passionate and excellent. Never realised the influence the moors had on the music, singing and dancing of Spain. Great evening and 10 degrees cooler when we came out. Walked back to the hotel along the river.
Temperature tomorrow is supposed to be higher – sigh.
... it being 39 degrees, no breeze, and that was at 6pm. I later found out we were close to Ecija, fondly referred to as the frying pan of Andulcia by the Spanish. Needless to say however that Ben is now the colour of a chocolate brownie. Heading back to the coast we experienced a completely different end of the weather spectrum at Tarifa, the point where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic sea and exit ...