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... with friends. They were both studying at La Universidad de Sevilla and both lived in the city with their parents. A little after 10:00pm the guy got a call from his mom saying that dinner is ready! I was ready to go to bed; I couldn't imagine eating dinner that late!
There are many beautiful parks in Sevilla (the English name is Seville). I sat for awhile in Jardines de Muralla (Wall Gardens) and meditated while a gentleman in a suit took off his ...
Today we hit some of Seville’s smaller tourist sites. We started at the Torre del Oro Naval Museum, as it’s free on Mondays! Very excited about that, because it wouldn’t have been worth the money for admission, but it was interesting enough to spend time in. They had a bunch of models of ships, which were pretty neat, and an ok, but not fantastic, view of the city from the tower.
From the Torre del Oro we headed to the Plaza de Toros ...
... part of Spain but also the city. I found it to be very interesting and well worth the reasonable cost (about €18). This experience seemed more like the regular guided tour, which was nice.
The tour adjourned about 12:30. I thanked Concepción and then went for lunch at Ristorante San Marco, which I was anxious to try (interestingly, it's located in old Moorish bath). I had to wait 10 minutes for opening as they didn't open until 13:00. ...
... turning into a flu so it seemed! So we enjoyed our last night in Spain and took our early morning flight back to London where I was happy to be in my bed in Sorbonne by 12:30, full of cough medicine and sleeping sound. While Barcelona did redeem itself Saturday, I definitely was far more mesmerized my Seville I think mostly because it embodied my vision of what Spain truly is. I guess I’ve ‘vivad espana’ now, kinda, though I will definitely be back, to live or to ...
... The local cat was far more cooperative and had quite a lot to say to Gary.
Back on the bus to the resort. They canceled our trip to Cordoba tomorrow, so we'll probably go visit Malaga instead.
Debbie and Gary went to the Flamenco show, I came back to get some work done.
I'd complain about the weather, but it sounds like home has a nor'easter and snow. Rain does not seem to bad.
Vaya con Dios.