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Travel Blogs from Seville
... enjoyed walking through the cool, quiet and green walkways. It was just as manicured, if not more so, than the park we had visited the previous day although it also included a couple of peacocks and a maze made out of shrubby trees which was sadly blocked off to tourists.
We hid from the sun for the rest of the afternoon before heading out for another delicious dinner and a leisurely walk along the ...
We arrived at Tanger Med port nice and early, about 90 minutes before the sailing time. It's a dual carriageway in and out of the port and several guys in hi-viz vests were busy trying to flag us down and guide us onto a service lane that ran alongside. As one brave soul had planted himself firmly in our lane we had no choice but to stop, only to find out he was trying to sell us ferry tickets! We were none too pleased.....for ...
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Our second day in Seville we jumped on another free walking tour in the morning. This tour unlike the one in Madrid, it was really cool. We learnt a lot about the history of Seville. A few of the odd quirks about Seville is that everyone talks with a lisp, it’s rumored that around 1000 AD they had a king Peter who spoke with a lisp and in order to not aggravate him everyone did the same. The lisp stuck. Another one is that Columbus in ...
... noticed that literally everyone was purchasing some sort of fresh grocery item. I saw things like bread, vegetables, fruit, meat, oil--not the things that you would find in an American grocery cart, such as soda, frozen dinners, and overly-processed foods. Ew! I felt so ashamed. Get with the program, America!!!
We had lunch at our usual time at 2:30. However, afterwards, we did something different: Kelsey ...
... been built in the Government section of Seville. There is a canal that runs divides Seville into Government and commercial sections. The commercial section was originally a Gypsy shanty (back in the 1600's). The streets in Seville are typical of the towns and cities outside of Madrid with narrow, single lane streets built with cobble stones. The streets are lined with businesses and houses. Some shop keepers live above their premises. It ...
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