Hotel Derby Sevilla
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... with them! Around the Corner we find La Moneda. We continue with our new found trick of just asking the server their recommendation and going with that. Or just telling them to bring us four tapas sans pork. We don't know the word for pig yet, so after an short but entertaining round of taboo/charades which ended with me making a pig snout nose and us learning that pig is cerda. Our waiter brings us: Shark stew, fancy spaghetti-o's (although not in the shape ...
... in Portugal and it was very apparent once you went back into the Spain. It was about 4 hours before we finally made it to the city, and one we were there, we knew it! People started driving like maniacs, cars going every which way, honking horns and swerving and TONS of people on mopeds and motorcycles weaving between stopped cars. I'm amazed that none of them went down the way people were driving. We found parking as quickly as ...
After a time enjoying the sights and sounds, I continued on to my destination for the evening - a spectacular flamenco show recommended by the students who helped me with my luggage and also by the hostel.
Tablao el Arenal:
I followed the map there and with each turn the streets got more and more narrow until I was sure only a tiny car could drive through. It looked like a small alley with no visible signs, but I kept going and ...
... oversaw the expansion of the empire to its greatest extents, was responsible for much building in Rome, was seen as philanthropically successful and was universally adored by all Romans. He was responsible for some of the expansion and construction at Italica and a statue was erected there to honour him. His successor was Hadrian. Hadrian's father was Trajan's cousin. Hadrian was either born in Italica or Rome (history's not sure on ...
... mall, but all the attractions were a fifteen minute walk across the river in 35+ heat. But, yet again I'd found a bargain...50 Euro a night and I reckon that's great for what u get. But if not for the car I was tempted to stay in a cheaper hostel to meet other people for the weekend nightlife.
After checking in, I walked across a bridge to explore the Plaza de Espana before the sunset. Built in 1929, this is much newer than anything else I've visited ...
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