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Tis a place mentioned in the book Don Qu... Something.
The curtains are pulled over the doors and shutters over windows pulled down. No one is around.
We have some group photos by the windmills.
A terrible tourist destination.. Only pass through here ...
... to turn right on a street that I could see wasn't a street. I almost convinced Patrick to go left instead, but in the distance he noticed a van and ignored my suggestion. I wasn't about to argue with either one of them so off we went, turning left, right, right, left until we hear the piercing blast of a police whistle...uh oh.....did I mention that we are the only car in a quaint square of shops and outdoor cafes? Yep, our little rental car is smack dab in the ...
... good Manchega what Velveta is to cheddar. This still does not daunt me. I park at the bottom of the winding hill that leads me up to the castle and the windmills because I want to walk it. Really experience it. And as I almost reach the top, drenched from even mild exertion in the 40 degree weather, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that it is all going to be worth it. There are only a handful of people up there and I can see ...
The plan was, to wake up early (at around 6:30am), have a quick breakfast and leave Seville early enough before the streets get filled with cars and people to avoid any complication of driving the old town. Yes, the plan was so. In reality, on the contrary, we ended up waking up at 1 hour later... I guess the cumulative fatigue of this intense vacation/work schedule is creeping up on ...
... to. So we simply waited for her to get off the bus and she also insisted on taking us to the right road to our Hotel. She was a very nice lady, even explaing how the lights worked at the pedestian crossing. She actually lived near the bus stop. It was quite amazing how she was there just when we needed her (may be an angel).
After a big day we booked into our hotel, had dinner and collasped into bed to get ready for an early rise (5am) to catch our plane to London.