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Time Check: 11:35 hrs - T5....only 1 hour to go before we can "drop off" our bags!. Early as usual....Cathy in bright green pantaloons and me in my new "Euro booties" a great Birthday present along with two spare pairs! Confusion at "Check In"........ As usual, "techno baffle strikes".... and as this is a 2 sector flight using BA and Iberia we are only able to check in on line with the BA LHR to Madrid part. The "SIESTA FACTOR" ...
... and check out the Torre del Orro. After this, we stop for another cerveza, and at 5:45pm we head back to the Alcazar. Mysteriously the line has disappeared. We wonder why, and proceed into it and ask in Spanglish if the free tickets are still available. Thankfully they are and we make our way through. This place is MASSIVE!!! Not only is it a palace, it’s also a couple of acres of gardens too!! Including a maze. We’re only in there for about 30 minutes ...
Sevilla was such a lovely quiet town. It seemed like a beach town but it's landlocked with a small river running through it.
found a hostel with the best rating I've ever seen with hundreds of
reviews; it's called La Banda Rooftop Hostel. Four British
friends/brothers started it 8 months ago and it was a very special spot.
They know every guest by name and every night make a home cooked meal
for 6€ accommodating everyone's dietary ...
Headed next door to the Alcazar palace. Wow! The tile in this building was incredible! The place is completely open - no furniture or artifacts. It felt like walking around a castle in Zelda. The gardens were beautifully manicured with peacocks freely roaming and pecking around. Got lost in the garden labyrinth for a little while and then headed out.
Walked down San Fernando humming the Abba song "it was something in the ...
... and then back across the river to, and you have never heard this before, to drive through the Macarena. The two other people on the bus did not spontaneously break out into the moves but I feel I might have if the music had happened. The Macarena is high rise tenements, in nice colours, but this is a depressed economy, so there are lots of folk standing around and police vehicles visible. The Macarena was the site of a famous gate to the walled city of that name. ...