El Bulli Hotel - Hacienda Benazuza
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... and cuffs and rings and beads and more!! Next to a vending machine with hot burgers?! Absolutely hysterical. But there's more to this place than that!! The flamenco night was good too...the wee sherry bar was tiny and packed in quickly but we got good seats and listened to this guy belt out some amazing tunes while his friend played fast-fingered-flamenco!! And you could tell the locals knew the music when they started clapping along. What a treat!! REAL flamenco...not like ...
... special. We climbed the 31 ramps and 17 stairs of the bell tower to see a birds eye view of the city. Afterwards, we headed across the plaza to the alcazar - royal palace and gardens. Another impressive building. A lot of moorish influence throughout the palace and its gardens. We even attempted the maze, but ended up exiting out of the entry, not sure if that's how it's meant to happen. It was time for dinner, so we set out tapa hunting, and found a place across for the Cathedral, ...
... to be just “waking up” and it was fairly quiet at this time of the morning with only one café open. The Guide had told us to buy a picnic lunch there as we'd be eating lunch on the bus to save time. We needed to get to Sevilla early as the famous Cathedral would be closing about 16:00 and would be closed all day tomorrow for religious services. When we arrived in the town, I found the nearest Cafe and had a coffee.
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... the Alcazar, it was around 3 pm, long overdue for some food. The kids settled happily with ice cream, whilst Nissa and I decided to start a Tapas Bar crawl. Probably we have found the best tapas here in Seville, available in busy bars serving good honest food, mixed in with the locals. Our favourite taps bar Bodega Santa Cruz charges around $2 (Euros) per tapa and around the same for a beer! Can't go wrong.
Tapas bars seem to be trial and error. ...
... seats only eighty people. There is a tiny stage and out come two guys who sit down, one with his guitar and starts playing. The guitarist is fabulous and we are suitably impressed with his talent. We are wondering what the other guys job is when he starts singing, or rather, wailing. He looks a lot like the homeless guys we have seen muttering to themselves on street corners and he is intense, wailing with feeling, kind of like an Arabic chant. But he is so funny ...