Hotel Dona Carmela
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Sunday 2nd September
An early start this morning as we head to the train station to catch our train to Seville. The ride takes ust over 3 hours and at 11am we arrive and catch a bus to our hostel. Our hostel is situated in a gorgeous little square with coloured buildings and the hostel has a lovely feel to it including our nice twin aircon room. We settle in for a while before heading ...
... walk. It’s a busy and lively place: it has tourists, but it also has all the shops, offices, and facilities of a working city. And in its numerous shady little squares there are equally numerous cafés and restaurants. The ones not the obvious tourist traps serve good and reasonably priced food.
The house of Pilatus was built on the site of some houses that were confiscated from a heretic ...
... then just around the corner was an amphitheatre. We ran around checking it out and then decided to leave as the sky was getting black and we wanted to get back before the rain came.
Sadly, we missed out, and got soaked !!!
Into town for dinner, we found what was meant to be the oldest tapas bar in town and settled down for food and beers and spoke about what was coming up. 1000Ks of hard riding, hard eating and of course, hard drinking !!!
... hostel, so we went and got some coffee and croissants to munch on so we could eat at a more typical Spanish time. We then went back to La Plaza de Espana because we had been so entranced with it the night before. I didn't think it could be possible, but it was even more beautiful during the day than at night. I wish that there were words to describe it, but there are some things that are just too gorgeous for words, so I'll ...
... then home for our daily siesta.
This evening we had free sangria at our hostel before heading out to see some flamenco dancing. Our hostel has a really cute little garden out the back and offer free Sangria daily at 8.30pm it's awesome. Now back to the flamenco dancing. We opted to go to a more intimate show in a small bar about 10 minutes from our hostel. What we didn’t realise was how small the bar was going to be. We were sitting to the side of the stage ...
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