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... a quaint little church and city hall, and traditional yellow and white painted houses. I find a shady spot to rest and strum for a bit before soldiering on. The day is still young, and I’m already on town number 4… looks like this should be a productive day. 0706 A Castle—sort of (Sp 036, 10B-058) Castilleja de la Cuesta, August 6, 2010 Day 339 : 2 hours, 3.4 kms From Gines I head back east on a boulevard lined with beautiful traditional Spanish ...
... tapas here with a delicious experience at an uber crowded tapas bar. Standing at the bar, squished between boisterous middle aged Spanish men, savouring richly flavoured little meals was a thrill. To be honest, I enjoyed the crowded tapas restaurants because it made me feel like we must be at one of the good ones!
Seville is also home to Plaza de Espana, maybe better known ...
... many miles away. When the Moors surrendered the city to Prince Don Alfonso they asked if they could destroy the tower. The prince replied that if even one brick is removed, I'll bust you all in dah face and more (or something like that). His actual words were "if only one brick were removed from the tower they would all be stabbed to death" - those are fightin' words eh? I guess it must have worked - the tower ...
... historical figurehead of Spain with numerous streets and markets being named after him ('Colon' in Spanish) and is as alive in Spain as he was in the 1400's. His exploration of the Bahamas, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Trinidad and the coast of America shaped the impending development of Spain into the future centuries through the wealth of silver, gold and other riches being sent back to the country from the new found lands. Ironically there ...
... sense, and we felt dreadful for making Bruna who was meeting us to hand over the keys for the apartment wait so long!
It has been absolutely stinking hot every day here, with temps in the 40s most days. And it's only May! No wonder they have siestas! The history of Seville is incredible and we really have been in the heart of it all, walking around the maze of streets with old buildings around every corner, and a church on every other! The Alcazar (royal palaces) are ...