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After another late night we manage to be up and into breakfast early enough to finish, get ready and be downstairs for the free walking tour at 1015. We join the group when a lady comes and rounds us up, walks us through the streets of Seville quite quickly before arriving at the meeting point about 25 minutes later. There is stacks of people and we are split up into English, Spanish and French linguists. Our guide Roberto introduces himself and we set off towards the main cathedral ...
... to Seville. Still lots storks making their nests on the pylons all the way through on the motorway. Funny creatures !!!!! Must be a real curse for the pylon men. Arriving in Seville it was 33 degrees at 8.00 and into our apartment in the old town ... A warren of gorgeous cobbled streets. Beautiful little place and yahoo ... Aircon. A quick shower and off to dinner at 9.30.... Perfect ...
... in it! The bullfight was phenomenal. There were three different Matadors and we were told the one who was obviously the best was número uno. The tradition and the pageantry were spectacular to watch, and the skill and fearlessness of the Matadors something to admire. One of the other matadors was from Sevilla so he opened and closed the show even though he wasn't the best by far. I can't imagine facing down one of those animals.
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It crossed my mind that this trip was over, did we really only make it to Granada?! No, praise God this adventure continues. This health scare really opened our eyes to the medical care in Europe. They provided Eric with medical attention NO QUESTIONS ...
... read the preceding paragraph. But don't worry, the grossest part is over.
Mark Twain is credited with saying "The coldest winter I ever spent was summer in San Francisco", but I'd wager he never spent a winter in Sevilla. When I was reading about Sevilla before coming here, I thought how nice it would be to be in a place where the winters are mild--average highs around 60, lows around 40. It never freezes. ...