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TravelPod Member ReviewsMelia Lebreros Seville
We learn that Flamenco means insolent. The show is insolently fabulous! We enjoy our first very good dinner with fried aubergines, grilled vegetables and leg of lamb.
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Today's day trip took us from Seville (Andalusia province) to the city of Cordoba. About an hour’s drive from Seville, the big draw here is the Mezquita which is a testament to the historical period of the Moor occupation of the Iberian peninsula. Our driver for the day set the tone as fun funky toe tapping instrumental music …
... so an OHS nightmare! Ian is also a bit under the weather (wisdom tooth giving him some grief) and so we had a fairly early night (by Spanish standards) and will hopefully wake up refreshed and ready to go. We also need to do a wash tomorrow - we have located a laundromat and will get our washing done as well. We watched a bit of the basketball World Cup, which they are playing in Spain, on th TV. Saw Australia just go down to Turkey by one ...
... night and fell asleep by a tree. When he woke up, there was a statue of the Virgin Mary sitting in the tree above him. He put it in his pouch and rode to Almonte, a further 10km up the road and fell asleep next to another tree - clearly the hunting had tired this fella out or the shock of seeing the Virgin Mary was too much for him! Anyway, in the morning, Our Lady had vanished! He rode back to the original tree and there she was sitting in ...
... de las Delicias on the edge of the Canal de Alfonso XIII. It is warm here at 31° Celcius (about 88° F), and as I sat on the bench a delicious breeze cooled me to a perfect temperature.
I have seen many people, young and old, riding bikes around leisurely with baskets containing groceries or a backpack. No one is in a rush and I was reminded of a saying in Italian "il dulce far niente" from the movie Eat, Pray, Love, which means "the sweetness of ...
... any old one at this stage. A very cool thing (cool being the operative word) is that above many of the bars and cafes there are misting sprays. Having chosen where we will eat, we sit and find the misting happens for 5 seconds, every 15 seconds. The mist is so fine that it is in no way intrusive and while it is definitely cooling, it is not wetting, its actually bliss!
We order two beers, and five tapas for 10 euros, bread is also bought to the table, and ...