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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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... ostentatious, was a bit dark and cavern like. It does also house the tomb of Christopher Columbus, so Craig was a bit more excited about that, then he is about most other churches!!
After a rest and some lunch, we hopped on the bikes again and rode all along the river, past the bullring, and also the World Expo site on the other side of the city. There wasn't a lot to look at over there, so we headed back over to our side of town and handed ...
... strawberries from the local produce vendor. Devoured! 7. Bathrooms are always interesting when traveling.... 8. Booking flights before 8 am sounds like a good idea at the time. 9. Watching a machine make fresh-pressed orange juice is one of our new favourite things. 10. Fevers in 27 deg heat makes for interesting swirling visions. 11. The sounds of trilling bird songs transcends the spirits. M & ...
... cool and a bit different was under the umbrellas there was a sprinkler type system that put a mist of water on you as you ate to keep you cool. By the time we had finished we were feeling rather full. We wandered around Seville taking in the sights, enjoying the warmth and sun.
Our favourite place was Plaza de Espaņa it was a palace built in 1929 so as far as European palaces go, ...
... seven of us were able to catch some sun with the main river right in front of us! We stayed out there for about an hour before Ash and I finally gave in to some ice cream at Rayas--an ice cream store that my professor highly recommended. It's great because it has so many delicious flavors! I was sad to part from her but knew that the day also had more ahead of me.
Later into the evening, a group of us students from ...
... and to the Santa Cruz area where we took a walking tour. This is the old Jewish quarter and now pretty much the bohemian area. Lots of artists and musicians along the streets and these streets really do run every which way. They are very picturesque, lots of flower pots, tiled numbers and plaques, and different colours.
We made our way to the Cathedral, which is the biggest in the world! They employ 91 full ...