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... staying. I guess this is the one event that brings the most people to Seville. One of the processions goes right infront of my hotel and I have a street view so that should be good.
This afternoon I went to the Seville Museum of Fine Art. I had no idea what to expect. Well, it tuns out that it is only 2nd to the Prado Museum in Madrid. Unfortunately the room with the Brueghel was closed. I will make an effort to go back when ...
... 8364;23 (about $A35) for the four of us.
So far the weather has been delightful. It has been warm bordering on hot and not enough rain to bother us. Ruth's warm layers have stayed in the suitcase.
We took advantage of being in the same place for a few days to have a rest ...
... it was almost 9pm, but no worries cause were still running on a Spanish time frame and the suns not quite setting. It turns out my little room is not so close to the central happening area, but I'm only here one night really to break up what would otherwise be a very very long travel day to my first chosen Moroccan destination (tune in next week to find out where that mystery destination might be - read this in your very very best cheesy 50s radio presenter voice). ...
... The fountain was fantastic in the Seville heat as it sprays off a waft of water onto those who pass close enough to it. We spend halfa there taking photos and being cultured then we head off to the centre of Seville where we are staying. The bus drops us off at an illegal bus stop so we storm off the coach gather our things and trudge along the cobbled streets to our hostel. We sounded like a stamped of wildebeests roaming through the streets with ...
... chance! Then we got a quick picture of the aqueduct from Roman times – quite nice!
Paolo got us straight to Seville. I haven’t driven around Europe since the inception of the European Union. Passing from one country to the next is a complete non-event. Without ...