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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 …
... street later, having no idea how to read the signs, we somehow managed to pop out exactly where we needed to be. This is what they call "tourist dumb luck". So now all that was left was to navigate our way back to Madrid. Simple, well most of the way, a bit of panic as we realized we had now completed the entire ring road around the city. Great that there was a gas station conveniently located in the middle of a three lane road, harrowing roundabout to get back into the drop ...
... in Tangeir that was so good. I got a large bag and probably should have went with a smaller version because now I have a bunch of tea that I don’t know if we be permissible to transport back into the U.S. with. It probably looks enough like an illegal substance that it will raise an eyebrow with the TSA agents.
Earlier in the evening I decided that I wanted to smoke ...
... Muslim Mosque (1184 to 1198). The cathedral is built on top of the Muslim mosque after the Christians regained rule in the area, there are still evidence of the Moores within the structure, one structure that was adapted by the Christians was the La Giralda (bell tower,) that was adapted from the Muslim Minaret. There are no stairs to get to the top but a series of ramps, as back when it was an minaret five times daily (and more during ramadam) the ...
We both woke up from very deep sleeps this morning. The day of relaxing must have really let our minds relax and we just passed out! We packed up and tried to leave as early as we could, we had an eight hour drive ahead of us today and we didn't want to arrive at the next campsite too late. After settling our bill we set out, taking three wrong turns trying ...