Amador De Los Rios
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We had a whistle-stop visit to Seville (population 703,000) in November 1976, so are looking forward to a more-leisurely look this time. The Cathedral, Alcazar and Archivo de Indias are all UNESCO World Heritage listed.
We haven't researched any restaurants, so rely on our hotel's recommendation, and about 2pm go to Las Escobas (870 of 1744!!)which is in a 1386 building right in the heart of tourist central near the cathedral. We later find out that our ...
... architecture and some spectacular gothic cathedrals and went swimming at some of the beautiful beaches (I know, brilliant idea for a sick guy). On my last day in Mallorca I went diving at Port de Soller with Octo Pus dive center, Daniel Martin the course director on my Padi dive instructor course is a partner in this dive center and it was great to see Danny again. The dive was nice, the visibility was good and the water warm, but there was not a lot of life. Diving again ...
We had a touristy day on the hop on hop off bus and saw a bit more of the city. We finally found the market and got to try squid ink rice, fresh mozzarella, sangria on tap, vermouth and some nice greek frozen yoghurt. We went back to the hotel for a bit then went out to atocha station to sort out train tickets to barca. ...
... moment: debating the language being spoken by the local waitstaff while sipping amazing scotch by a fire in the bar of a ritzy hotel, thanks guys! The Brechin Turner family, let me come and spend a week in their lives and honestly, it felt like I had been there all along. There is something to be said for family similarity, Mich and my mum and I are so related it's not funny. Embarrassing moment: this one was again embarrassing for me. However it was not entirely my fault. "Let ...
... including one of the only three surviving medieval synagogues in Spain. Also in the heart of the Jewish quarter is a charming monastery, built as statement of Christian supremacy by Ferdinand and Isabel, whose coat of arms is everywhere inside the monastery. The cloister inside the monastery was our favorite cloister yet, a lovely garden with orange and palm trees. On the outside of the monastery, Ferdinand and Isabel hung the chains of ...