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Travel Blogs from Seville
When I looked over the plan for this trip I decided to add more days to Portugal and reduce some in Spain. The picturesque city of Seville got the axe so its not surprising that felt rushed to see as much as I could in a short amount of time. The city is beautiful with a well preserved historic center and excellent transportation (you can walk to …
This morning we went shopping as I wanted to find the Sephora and then we did an open-top sightseeing bus.
In the afternoon we enjoyed a beer by the river again before doing the audio tour of the Cathedral. The Cathedral was really impressive and we got to climb to the top of the Giralda Tower for amazing views of the city.
In the …
This morning we had a 03.50 start to leave Mertola at 04.30 for the 3 and a half hour journey back to Seville. We dropped Maeve off at the train station on the way as she was flying from Paro and then we dropped the others at Seville Airport. Normally we'd get dropped there as well and make our own way to the city but Craig wanted to get off in …
Loved – All the best ceramics stores are located in a small area so it`s easy to find fantastic Spanish tiles (those ones that Nadia dreams about).
Hated – Diarrhea (Brad) and the flu (Nadia)
Learned – To buy your bullfight tickets in advance.
What the Guide Books got Right – Yes, the old city core …
... it. So, after ignoring Rick Steve’s advice by going to both the Naval Museum and Archive, we followed his self-guided walking tours of some interesting plazas and the main shopping streets. And we weren’t the only one’s following Rick from square to square! A family of about 13 was doing it at the same time as us, guidebook in hand. We capped off our very nice day with a dinner of grocery store sandwiches! Yum!
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