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... bank holiday in Spain no less. Every tour just brings out complaining from the to lazy to plan, or just to lazy. Another hour, and we were in Seville. Our guide decided we would make an unscheduled stop at a square surrounded by some very cool buildings. Five minutes there, and off again. Our first stop was Plaza de Espana to split the bus into three groups. We met our tour guide for the day, and started walking. After about 15 minutes we were back on ...
... heavens. It is also noted that in the same way, cone shaped shrubs, such as cypress trees, are used in Spanish cemeteries – to symbolically raise the dead towards the heavens." -http://www.andalucia.com/festival/east er/nazarenes.htm
A big hug to all,
Elizabeth Lisa :)
... br> bit side swiped as passed by La Azotea (no.2) and dropped in for one Tapa and
drink. We were able to get the last high table for 4. The place
soon packed out (at about 2 pm). We invited another couple to join us and
there we sat chatting for 2 hours with this interesting young couple.
Juan was from Valencia and Paulina was from Moscow. They both had
... that a bocadillo is a sandwich.
Although I had somewhere in mind for dinner, Google had placed a landmark a bit further down on the street which meant we took a wrong turn and couldn't find it. We settled on a restaurant by the waterfront which had a Menu del Dia (menu of the day) making our choice an easy one. The food was delicious and my drink was even better. I was deciding whether to order a beer or a sangria when the waitress suggested I try ...
... to cool ourselves off. The bartender didn't speak any English, but he let us take our drinks to continue walking down the river. It's pretty common in Sevilla for people to do that, so we found out. Some other Americans (college students?) passed us and asked us where we got our drinks from and were really excited to go get one for themselves.
We made a couple of quick stops at places along the river. First was the Torre de Oro, a tower overlooking the ...