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Our guide for today is Fatima. We begin by driving to the Plaza de Espana followed by exploring the narrow streets and the many plazas of the Santa Cruz Quarter. We drive by the tobacco factory where Carmen worked. Since tobacco was next to gold in value, there is a moat around the factory which prevented people from stealing the valuable product. …
Today we left the main city of Lisbon on our way back to Spain specifically Seville. Our last evening in Lisbon consisted of a nice dinner at a small quaint restaurant where we were serenaded by three Fado singers as well as had some entertainment by some Portuguese folk dancers. The Fado style of singing is interesting as it is a style of song …
We didn't stay very long in Portugal! Now we return to Spain, to Seville, where the weather outside was hot and sunny (only 35 -40 degrees in the afternoon!) Seville is the capital of the autonomous region of Andalusia.
For more than 2000 years, Seville has survived the successive conquests of the Romans, Vandals, Visigoths, Islamic …
A long drive from Lisbon to Seville was very uneventful. Then a city tour of Seville took in the Cathedral, which was pretty impressive, and had shitloads of valuable artefacts in it. In the middle of the tour, "the deadbeats" decided they had to have some water, so the guide dispatched one of our number off to the shop to get them a bottle, as he …
... bus which runs every 20 mins........NOT. Cordoba is a delightful city & oh SO clean in comparison to Seville (which is not grotty per se). We had delicious tapas for lunch at a gorgeous, quaint restaurant with cheerful service & cold beer. We saw the sights on the small tourist bus before transferring to the big red bus at stop 1. From here we continued or ride, completing the circuit & leaving enough time to walk back to the station. A few locals ensured ...
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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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