Hotel Cortijo Aguila Real
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Got my butt out of bed bouncing and dancing through the apartment. Today I toss on my pack, grab the sticks, lace up my shoes and walk for the next 30 - 40 days all the way to Santiago - give or take a few kms but around 1000 of them.
Cooked what's probably my last brekky of eggs and veges for the next couple of months as the standard here is croissants and toastados. Have 8 ready to go boiled eggs in my pack for the next few days to go ...
June 6, June 7, June 8- Day 21, 22, 23
Well the south definitely treated
us well… this entry will cover our adventures in the beautiful Sevilla Spain.
At first I was slightly hesitant going to Seville because I didn’t know a lot
about it, however; I loved this weekend. Sevilla is probly one of my favorite
places I have ever been. I had great company in Amanda and Tamar and it was
just the perfect weekend.
Our Friday morning ...
... and refreshing. Ken looked across the table at me and said, "This is what I envisioned Spain to be...enjoying a drink at a cafe table in the warm sun in a picturesque plaza with the scent of orange blossoms in the air and the view of some spectacular sight as the backdrop". Really, who could ask for more?!
After lunch, we again walked a block to reach the cathedral. The line was long, but we didn't mind much waiting in ...
... not have parking for the car but said in the reservation email that there are some underground parking lots not too faraway. We are appreciating the beauty of Sevilla and happy that our GPS is getting us into the required area when we suddenly lose our satellite reception, impossible to get it back on track. We try to follow the last screen as best we can, getting into streets that are getting narrower and narrower. Not only are they one way, they are almost no way so narrow, it ...
... one else. We also saw the bullfighting arena, one of the most important ones in the world, where many renowned bullfighters come from, equivalent to the Hollywood of bullfighting. We saw many buildings that had unique architecture style, a combination of baroque and Arab. Also part of the buildings in Sevilla, have stones from previous Roman buildings, before the Arabs. This is because there is no stone in Sevilla, so they recycled the material from the Roman buildings that were ...