Hostal Vincent Van Gogh
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... outfits) passing the Real Alcazar and the Cathedral. Later on I got a few glimpses of two other cofradias in their movements through the city but by this point had lost my tolerance for standing in crowds. Those were the Cofradia of San Benito (purple and white outfits) and Cofradia of Santa Cruz (white outfits).
I’ve decided that baby strollers in big crowds are my new pet peeve right up there with people who used umbrellas as sun ...
... a cheeky ankle chain) sipped gingerly on a decaf Sangria. What a great way to broaden the Children's horizons by taking them on a cultural tour of Andalucia in their Range Rover Evoque. Equipment Alert! The remote TV controller looks like the latest bit of kit from NASA. It even has a full colour screen and LED disco lights. Sadly it does absolutly nothing and I had to resort to the button on the TV itself - see photo. Breakfast: I was looking forward ...
... The fight went from 10pm to 12:30pm and there was 6 fights all up! It was amazing to watch the matadors wave their capes and dance around- i can't imagine kneeling in front of a bull as it comes blazing into the arena at you at all speed! Sevilles arena is the oldest original arena so I am glad we waited to see the bull fight here- it was really beautiful and cheaper than the bull fights in pamplona which were 30euro for seats right up the ...
After a 5am wake up we ventured 100 meters to the check-in counter (thanks to our mini airport pod being in a prime location!) and in less than 3 hours we had made it to Spain. Finally it was hot and sunny (let the real summer holiday begin) and the shorts were out. After a bus ...
Arriving in Spain late at night (well, 6:30pm, but it had been dark for hours so it seemed late) when you don't know a word of the language besides 'gracias' can be difficult. We were changing trains to a local line to get to San Sebastián. The people in the ticket office weren't very helpful. The big screen showing the next trains wasn't helpful. Luckily there were two very helpful old locals, both of whom looked a bit crazy, who decided it was their ...