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... The main cathedral is the third largest in Europe and it's a monster with the usual mind blowing architecture dating back many centuries. It had 33 (give or take one or two) ramps to take you up to bell tower for what is suppose to be an epic view of the city. We only get a quick look before moving on. Across from the cathedral was the Alcazar and it had a line that went around a few blocks from first glance. Pretty sure that one will be missed. The tour continued down past the ...
... Cold soup Gazpacho ... Which is totally delicious then a very traditional Paella... Yum. Lots seafood and tasted really nice. 11.30 and still 27 degrees so a lovely balmy night to eat out and wander back. Very low humidity... 20%. My foot giving me a fair bit of grief...quite swollen at night after a day on it. Our initial thoughts on Seville.... Looks great and can't wait to explore ...
Today was the long-awaited Morocco day. We had booked a tour guide in Tangier, and he had us scheduled for the 9:00am ferry from Tarifa. That's a good hour and 15 minutes from our hotel, and we knew we’d have to park and pick up our tickets, so we planned to be on the road by 7:15. Everyone grudgingly set alarms to wake up on time, and we were on the road exactly when we wanted to be. We rounded the coast to Algeciras, from where we ...
... asked where I could pay for the services but no one was able to provide me with any information. I am so grateful with how thorough, patient and kind the doctors were with us. With all the tests and overnight stay in the ER, Eric and I were afraid that we would be receiving an outrageous bill from the hospital that would surely cut our trip short. Nope, the cost was more than reasonable and we continue in contact with the hospital in hopes of paying an ...
... sunny skies. A friend had told me that there was no central heating in southern Spain, & I even duly noted when I rented my place that there was an electric heater in my room, but somehow I didn't register that I'd have to leave my room every now & then. I should've suspected something when everyone started appearing with scarves around their necks in November or so--turns out it's more than just a fashion ...