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... apt of our own. Thank you Airbnb. The sites of course have been incredible. The Jewish quarters of both Lisbon and Seville are gorgeous tiled and marble streets just wide enough to stretch out your arms. We found a refreshing, yet overpopulated, beach in Lisbon and managed to get ourselves a light shade of LOBSTER. A real highlight was today actually in the Real Alcazar of Seville. An enormous Moorish palace built in the 16th century. Amazing rooms of hand pressed clay tiles and ...
... on balconies.
Sounds: Church bells, Horse bells, Horses' hoofs, Carriage wheels, Flemenco guitar, Flemenco dance, Olé, Toro, Scooters, Tires squealing on old town streets.
Took the city bus tour today and got off at a stop out of the heavily touristy area where we had lunch and shopped a bit in a small market place. Saw an amazing Flemenco performance tonight. ...
Great seeing Nick again. After a several month tour Nick is of to
Seville airport for a trek home. A heck of a lot of tapas were tested
over the past few days. Adios amigo.
Later that afternoon:
Crowds gathering here in Seville to wish the Duchess of Alba a farewell.
They say here in Spain that if Scotland did win the separation vote a few months ago she would have been technically the Queen of Scotland.
Duchess of Alba dies aged ...
... the Alcazar was open to the public this week since it had been closed for two weeks for some filing of season five of "Game of Thrones" apparently Jamie Lannister has a lot of scenes at this castle. The Alcazar is apparently being used to portray The Kingdom of Dorn. We saw a lot of extra plant materials, camouflage netting, plastic flowers and a painted Dorn flag still visible around the Alcazar gardens. The castle itself is quite spectacular in ...
... Madrid only took this title after the Christians routed the moors in 15th century. The weather today was perfect and being Sunday, there were fewer locals on the streets and it seemed fewer coaches too. This made for a great experience and we were guided from the high point (Alcazar) to Ponto St Martinez (St Martin's bridge) across the Tagus at the low point in the city. We walked for two hours down narrow alleys that posed as the streets in this old town. Through the Arab ...