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... and anticipation...only to find there was not one!!!. ARGHHH - only a burger joint called GIRAFFE stuffed full of upmarket screaming kids with designer parents. We settle on the reliable PLANE FOOD - RAMSAY franchise - good fishcakes and a plate of Carpacchio washed down with a diet coke all for £50. Hmmmm. As it is bank holiday T5 is more Like the South Terminal at Gatwick. Spray tan hatchet faced women replace the ...
... it’s a different way of life here!
I’m beginning to like the idea of staying in a city for a month or more. The longer you have, the more you get to explore an area, and you don’t have to worry about getting to the next place for a while. I’m thinking we should return to Sevilla, but this may change as we head to Barcelona and Madrid later on.
The second day in Seville we walked for miles again. We’re picking the ...
... good sense of how some
folks in Sevilla feel about their history, tourism, and government. He
referred to their most recent dictator as the "little m***** f*****".
Ha! He also showed us a store that still sells the flags from fascist
times. Very interesting! We visited the bull fighting stadium and for
the first time I learned about bullfighting and the running of the
bulls. First, I didn't know that the bull gets killed at the end of the
... It was around 6 so the place was deserted. The Spanish eat at midnight. No lie. So everyone else that trickled in I pegged as American. And what do you know, I was right! There was a nice couple from Texas and Utah. They were studying in Madrid but in Sevilla having their engagement photos taken. Then there was a family from Baltimore visiting their daughter who was studying there. Man, if I would have known that you could so easily study abroad I would ...
... the city is about 80 kM from the Atlantic Ocean, it has the only river port in Spain, which is where Ferdinand Magellan departed from for his first circumnavigation of the earth in 1519. One aspect of the Seville that I found interesting was the motto of the city, NO8DO. It was first thought to be a rebus signifying "No me ha dejado"or "Seville has not abandoned me". However, most believe it actually means "In Nomine Domini" or "In The Name of ...