Exe Isla Cartuja
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... told us that our time was up!!
From there we wandered through the Barrio Santa Cruz, which used to be the Jewish quarter of the city. The Jews were sequestered here centuries ago, then expelled by the Christian Monarchs in 1492, and the area became run down. Centuries later it was totally renovated, and the streets are a narrow labyrinth, all too easy to get lost in. There are lovely squares, tiny alleyways, palaces, wrought iron ...
It took little time to get to the border and onto the Autovia. We passed huge areas of new plantings of oranges and olives with the country being easy rolling. It being Sunday there wasn't a lot of traffic but those narrow streets caught me again as we tried to find our hotel- the Ibiis. After 2 hours and a domestic we gave up and went to the Al Andalus. Because my cell phone wouldn't work in Spain I ...
... herself. Ana and Clara didn't get anything today. But while we were waiting for rest of the group, we literally melted even in the shade, because it was so hot! It was unbelievable. After finally having the group come, we went to Reales Alcázares. It was a garden but had some buildings, and it was nice but by this time the heat had gotten to me, so I was starting to feel dehydrated and exhausted. I told them I was feeling lightheaded, but they said it would ...
... area is shipped to the Japanese market and the price reflects this.
Getting to the beach is easy. The roads and highways are excellent and as long as you avoid the old and narrow parts of the downtown centres, you will be fine. Google maps was our best friend on numerous road trips due to the confusion of signs and the many exits, roundabouts and directions one may get lost in.
Road-side rubble is something you see a lot of. An empty lot, a ...
... through music and dance. What is the difference, I hear you say! Mmnn, good question!
As per Peter's instructions, we arrived 30 minutes early, even though we already had tickets. The queue was already in the street! Fortunately we got the last of the good seats! The seats are only two rows deep; that is how intimate this place is. A guy walked on with a Spanish guitar and a woman walked on with a glass of water.....no flamenco ...