Residencia y Restaurant Fernando III
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... t believe how well the trumpetists were playing; they were all flawless.
After seeing two processions, we made it back to the main square and found Aaron. then, we sat down to first have a drink and then eat lunch. When we had eaten, we went back to one of the main streets to wait for another procession, but we were there for an hour and nothing happened when we thought it would. Having had our fill of ...
Today we went to do the famous Sevilla Alcazar (Palace)... like everyone else. The queue was about 500 people long...I'm normally a patient man...but after waiting for about two minutes and the queue didn't move we went and had coffee in a nice sunny plaza and didn't bother with the Alcazar (we have never done the Sistine Chapel in Rome for the same reason - but we struggle on). Instead we ...
... Seafood salad, spinach, potatoes, pork and chicken! After lunch we walked all over shopping! I managed to find one pair of boots! The rest of the girls did some shopping too! We went back the the flamenco place where we actually saw a real Flamenco show!!! After getting back to the hotel we dropped off our packages and headed next door to the Italian restaurant for dinner! We are off to Granada ...
... seen some great flamenco dancing in the past -
including in Vancouver with Margaret. I'm afraid a lot of what is on
offer close to here is very touristy.
These long trips have their share of logistic challenges. Knowing we had
two nights here we did much needed clothes washing and have turned our hotel
room into a sort of Chinese laundry.
So that's it for Seville.
I think if I were to consider Seville again, I would come when it is ...
... time to Europe and while I didn't travel a lot I made sure to see things I have wanted to see for years. I'll never forget my trips to Amsterdam, Rome, and Prague and I'll never forget the people I met along the way. This may have been the easiest school semester I have ever had and yet I loved my classes. I got to learn a lot of new recipes in my ...