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Travel Blogs from Seville
... enjoying some cold milkshakes/ icecream at a café for a few
hours and just enjoyed the city. Amanda and Tamar wrote post cards and I just
relaxed in the sun… it was times like that that make you feel like your on a
vacation. We went and explored the main shopping district again and went to
this famour wood structure that looks like a waffle and it the largest world
structure in the world. It was really awesome because we never would have seen
it if we went to ...
... and gardens. We both marvelled at how much time and labor must have gone into that. Ken was most impacted by the historical significance of being in the same room in which Christopher Columbus debriefed Queen Isabella on his trip to the New World. That is cool! After 3 hours of exploring the Alcazar, we were ready for some lunch. We decided to give our little plaza a try at a crowded cafe in the sun. The gazpacho ...
... most important objective in planning this odyssey in Europe. We much prefer the surprises we find in non-touristy small villages, out-of-the-way beaches, mountains and the ancient countryside.
But since we met Marcella (a beautiful young woman from Santa Maria Da Feira in northern Portugal who lives in Tavira and works at “our” shop, Longhina, and serves as our Portuguese language instructor), and since Marcela is taking advantage of her days ...
... the steps of our long walk to find it! But , find it we did, just in time to get two great seats front and center of the U-shaped seating around the performers. The music and dance were impressive with lots of energy, foot stamping, and colorful costumes. We were not allowed to take pictures until the very end, when there was no more real dancing and the audience crammed in to take shots. We found our car in the dark with no wrong turns. However, we could not get a ...
... We should have known at this point that we'd become serious tapas addicts. Not to mention that cerveza (beer) is extremely cheap as well... If there's one thing to know about Seville: it is extremely HOT! Siestas are taken very seriously in this city because it really isn't comfortable to be outside during the afternoon. We are writing this a few weeks later and we have yet to experience anything like Seville's heat again. Fortunately, it is only ...
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