Domocenter Apartamentos Turisticos
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... How mosques were turned into churches and visa versa as a sign of proud conquest… I recall the things that I saw and heard during my stay in Spain back in 96, and I know that this ancient rivalry is still very real to many people here… I wander on up along the river, On the other side are the gawdy structures left over from the World Expo held here back in the early nineties. A few of them are still in use, but most of them look like they’ve ...
... of Spain had the same idea so we pulled the plug and went for a wander.
Later we grabbed Nick, Dev and Kina and headed to Bodega Antonio Romero (across the street) one of our favorite Tapas bars (very authentic with few tourists).
We had our favorite dishes (Bacalao, Pringas, Small clams, Egg salad with Tuna and our new Favorite drink ...
... me to climb to the top of the bell tower (that was originally part of a Moorish Mosque) which is 35 stories high – I was hopeful that my hernia support underwear wouldn’t let me down on this ultimate endurance test! Thankfully, those Moorish designers are clever and built ramp ways rather than stairs so the hike up was manageable. The 360 degree views from the top were worth the climb.
Unlike the previous day when we visited the Alcazar ...
... world. Today he had to do one ship near Seville. We talked about what a captain on such a ship actually does (basically a manager), where he went, how and where (Istanbul) he met his Rumanian wife and off course the boring stuff about me. We had a decent paella. Not incredible, not bad. He had a long walk back home and I ended the evening on the couch, resting my feet... Listening to clearly a very loud debate on climate change down on the ...
... to be in the city for this earlier this year.) She took us to a few public ones as we strolled through the city, pointing out some statues of famous historical figures. The Synagogue was closed today and so we weren't able to enter it, although we did go to the square of the great Maimonides. Our last stop before free time was the Mosque (or Mezquita) a wonderful example of the Caliphate (Moorish) period. Words don't do this place justice - it is a large structure that ...