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One of the sights we visited on the weekend was the Alcazar. It was originally built in the 1300s, but it has been expanded several times since then. The girls were keen to see a 'real’ palace; this is where the Spanish royal family stay when they come to Seville. Meredith was disappointed we didn’t meet the King and Queen. The Alcazar has beautiful stonework and colourful azulejos tiles everywhere. Sophia and Meredith ...
... This was 30 to 70 year olds, dressed up and out with friends and family, it was big. There was an excited buzz. The food was great. I have been commenting on the food more since we've been travelling through Spain, it seems, the Spanish sure know how to do it. After enjoying the scene and the lunch there we adjourned to our place, Jan to rest her foot and both to siesta.
We woke and dressed and launched out through a thronging square to the flamenco show at 6.30 for ...
... Island. We went to a hotel roof top terrace where we enjoyed a glass of wine while the guide explained the history of the flamingo dance; after we were off to the performance which lasted about one hour. We were in a historic part of the city, which in part means narrow narrow streets, which we were not familiar with. We had several missed turns, remember when this area was built there was no grid ...
2013 June 28 - Friday
I made it down to the breakfast room right at precisely seven and found a few of the others were there already. The hotel served cooked ham, some kind of soft cheese in a small yogurt tub, bread and buns, cereals, juices and coffee, which was quite adequate.
We made the trek across the bridge to meet the Bus and Javier was waiting. Our first stop today was a small "puebla blanca" hill town called Grazalema. The ...
... With the beautifully lit Giralda in the background, it looked more
like a computerized background than an actual view that we were seeing with our
own eyes. After a dinner of several different small appetizers and feeling like royalty for a few hours, we listened to
a little flamenco music before proceeding to Taberna – the place that our group
has established as “home base” for our nights out.