Hotel Derby Sevilla
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... he was 2M away, I headed to the square as she suggested people wait inside where it was warmer; Pansies I! Eventually the lemmings headed down. It started to rain. When Elaine said some could take shelter near an ATM, Emma, Peter, Slow Poke and Wide Load moved quickly; Pansies II!
A half hour plus late we headed off, the first 20M rather slow on the narrow, twisting road. Of the two small towns, I enjoyed Grazalema more as I saw most of ...
... staying. I guess this is the one event that brings the most people to Seville. One of the processions goes right infront of my hotel and I have a street view so that should be good.
This afternoon I went to the Seville Museum of Fine Art. I had no idea what to expect. Well, it tuns out that it is only 2nd to the Prado Museum in Madrid. Unfortunately the room with the Brueghel was closed. I will make an effort to go back when ...
... Alcazar. It was a warm and sunny afternoon so we needed to have a bit of a siesta and recharge the batteries before heading out again. Following a siesta, shower and refresh we headed out for our last evening in Seville. We wandered the winding streets of Santa Cruz and did a spot of shopping before having dinner at a lovely restaurant close to our hotel. We shared some tapas plates - beetroot dip with cured tuna and a dusting of cheese, marinated fried ...
... super authentic and really fun to watch.
Our last full day in Sevilla, we spent the morning touring the giant cathedral. As usual, it was a gorgeous and had mind blowing architecture and artwork and history. We were able to climb the 34 levels up its tallest tower and got an amazing view of the city. On the way back, we found a store that sold bags of ice and 2 liters of coke. We were in absolute heaven. Apparently Europe is not too concerned ...
... 8216;Café Cortado’, basically a Macchiato. I watch the morning rush go by. A troupe of young attractive women walk past, and every man in the shop watches them stroll past. I have to say, the Spanish women are very attractive! We head off to the Archivo General de Indias. I was looking forward to this as it is the main archive of all of Spain’s conquest of the new world. It has all of the correspondence and historical documents of their discovery of ...