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... for €4.99, last of the big spenders I am but seriously, it was lovely, it's one I have seen at home but never bothered with it, Freixenet produced in Spain. After being stuck in Fifi all day watching movies, we headed to the little bar on sight and caught up with a couple from the UK, what a hoot they were, really lovely people. Was a wee little late when we got home but had a good night. Today we headed into Seville to see the ...
... This wasn't the best tour, lots of the really old parts were demolished in the 50s to build big new apartment buildings, there were still some churches and some old ceramics factories in the area. The drinks and tapas were much cheaper in this part of town than on the "mainland". There were also some very expensive alternatives.
Spain has been an absolute pleasure. Every city and town had its own charms and quirks. Next stop Portugal
... and anticipation...only to find there was not one!!!. ARGHHH - only a burger joint called GIRAFFE stuffed full of upmarket screaming kids with designer parents. We settle on the reliable PLANE FOOD - RAMSAY franchise - good fishcakes and a plate of Carpacchio washed down with a diet coke all for £50. Hmmmm. As it is bank holiday T5 is more Like the South Terminal at Gatwick. Spray tan hatchet faced women replace the ...
... After the cathedral (and a quick snack) I visited the Alcazar which was a Muslim palace and then was taken over by the catholic Spanish. It may have changed hands a few times in fact. Regardless the Muslim and Arabic influences are still very prominent and all in all it made for a wonderful beautiful palace that I thoroughly enjoyed. You may recall me remarking earlier that I would like to have a palace all of my own - well I now know that I would like it to be ...
... s funny how life works out, and I am never going to take it for granted, not that I ever have, but this just reinforces it!
After some dinner at home, we briefly were back in Portugal with our tins of conserved fish, we hit the hay again for an early rise to go to Cadiz.
Getting out of the driveway is a breeze. I basically flew out like superman, and we were on our way. Cadiz is a seaside town where they moved the main port to the 'new ...