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... it includes a canal. Caleches went by as well as the goofy segway people.
Back after 1730. A shower and some computer time until 1930 rendezvous. Quite happy to return to El Rinconcillo, the first tapas bar Elaine took us to. Had three sherry's and then switched to tinto verrano to make sure I was fine in the morning. I let John by and large do the ordering of tapas, including the usual culprits of cheese and ham plus some breaded salted ...
... There is sort of a moat in front where people were rowing smalls boats. In front of the plaza is the extensive garden where I rented a bike several days ago just to get around the whole thing. It is divided up into smaller gardens with fountains and statuary. It is the Parque de Maria Luisa. I am sorry I forget who she was, but this had been her private garden before she donated it to Seville. I'll give more ...
Today was about car rentals and the historic walled towns of Segovia and Avila. The easiest part of the day was the Metro ride to the Atocha train station, then the fun really began! Firstly, we had to find the rental car company desk, ( which ended up being Hertz not Dollar as our reservation said) then we had to find the actual car? Let's just say it was a long long walk. We managed to find our way out of Madrid thank god for GPS and Siri who took control even when we tried ...
... wedding of my kids’ dad and his partner. Joe and Tim
have been together for 20 years, and have waited for Washington State to get
with the program. I am so proud of them and of our family, and the journey from
ignorance to enlightenment. The same day my youngest grandson Theo turned 2. I
had sent a package from Barcelona which arrived the previous day. But this is
the first important birthday I wasn’t there for. ...
... all of the hallmarks of southern Spain together for one week: bullfights, horses, flamenco dresses, music, dancing, drinking sherry, and very late nights.
The fairgrounds are huge and divided into two sections. One half is a giant midway filled with carnival games and rides; the other half is like a mini-town with streets lined by casetas. Inside a caseta is a bar serving food and drinks, tables and chairs, and a dancing area. Most of the casetas are privately owned ...