Hostal Vincent Van Gogh
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... of them looking like colonial haciendas and each one unique… In this next suburb I also find a castle (sort of) and a few more blocks of Old Town to wander around in. 0707 Impressive Hilltop Monastary (Sp 037, 10B-059) San Juan Azalfarache, August 6, 2010 Day 339: 2 hours, 8.2 kms It’s 7:30 PM, but for some reason, the sun feels just as hot. Soon I learn why: it’s still 43 degrees out! Damn! But I’ve still got some more fight in me so, ...
... off a marina near Gelves which is only a couple of km's from Seville. They have suggested we may get a mooring for the next couple of days.
Friday 29 May 2015
After a little bit of drama, on both sides ie ours and the marina staff we eventually got on to the outside pontoon and moored under the shade of eucalyptus trees – absolutely bliss in the afternoon when you get a bit slight breeze blowing ...
... in outer space on the phone, laughing away. Her walking stick will not collapse. Why not have it vertical and have Wide Load apply some pressure?
The Beast c/n be on time for dinner but was early for brekkie. Maybe she was prepping some hemlock. Brekkie was funerial. I think the group is ready to go their separate ways. Dumb Peter comes down late and inquires if there is any jam: only a plateful right in front of you, ya birder. John ...
... 8217;s degrees in London in Environmental Arcetecture
(therefore we were quite interested). They were here for one night and
were going to check out an environmentally sustainable palace.
Interesting that their studies looked mostly at using the natural environment
and climate as an advantage without the cooling or heating of technology.
They worked with natural angles ...
... the birthplace of sherry) but unfortunately were too late to sample any as all the bodegas were all closed already. Nevermind, I'm not a big sherry fan anyway!
After the flamenco last night at midnight, it was a pretty late one, so we had a much needed sleep in today before visiting the Archives de Indianos where we learnt more about Christopher Columbus and the role of Seville as a main port with the New World (Americas) before it moved to Cadiz. The archives hold over 80 ...