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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 …
... a local restaurant and decided to have a pint with a burger (good old Europe). After dinner I walked about a bit but was getting more a more tired so decided to have an early night, about 1030pm.
I didn’t sleep well this night, I felt fatigued and weary and kept tossing and turning as a result. I awoke about 8.30 but was tired still. I had a coffee and caught the bus into town. I walked around the centre of Seville in a kind of daze for ...
... fast. On Thursday's, we have the opportunity to visit one out of three places. Last week was the alcazar, so this week my group was going to tour the Cathedral of Sevilla. I really enjoyed finally seeing the inside of the cathedral because I pass by it all of the time, so now it's nice to know what's really inside! After that, Marv and I went to find ourselves a supermarket to purchase some snacks for our ...
... which was gorgeous! I will not be studying at this university but others in the program will be. On display in the university were Greek statues that looked very realistic and may have been real but I am not certain about that. Inside of the gated school were multiple courtyards and nice study spaces with huge staircases and vaulted ceilings. I wish I had taken more pictures. After getting sort of lost and taking some pictures, we made it back in time for lunch in our apartment at two. ...
I left London on the morning of the 21st and and flew to Madrid. Shortly after arriving, I arranged a Rail Pass to sort out my transport needs in Spain. This went very efficiently thanks to handholding from my friend in Madrid, Simon. The train ride on the AVE (like TGV in France) was great with speeds of up to 200km/h. It was like stepping into a furnace as I disembarked in Seville in the early evening and made my way to the roof-top room I had rented in Centero ...
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