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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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... br> We went on the explore Cadiz, almost entirely surrounded by sea on the Atlantic coast, and although probably a 'resort' at one time, has probably seen better days. Back to Seville and a lovely walk along the river and through the Maria Luisa Gardens and the magnificent Exhibition Buildings of 1929 which were so beautiful that we returned the following day for a more extensive walk.
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We have been eating our meals sometimes-in, sometimes-out. It is not super warm in Seville at night, and given that we are well and truly on Spanish time now – up by 10AM, dinner at 9PM - and given that a lot of restaurant seating is out of doors, eating out can get interesting. The Northern Californians are used to the idea of eating outside under a heater in cold weather; the Vermont contingent had some more adjusting to ...
... only at the Apartments! Now 2300 we drag ourselves downstairs to the Murillo Cafe/ Restaurant/Bar, could not decide what to eat & ended up sharing a small greasy plate of grilled vegies. I had a beer & Jul a cold red wine. Not happy Jan! Day 2 or 3? In the heat of the day we headed into the square to the Cathedral, which is a most extraordinary building. It is the 3rd largest church in the world & everything about it is mind blowing. The marble, the ...
... of the city was redeveloped into an expanse of gardens and grand boulevards. Numerous buildings were constructed in it for the exhibition. The Plaza de España is a plaza located in the park. It is a huge half-circle with buildings continually running around the edge accessible over the moat by numerous beautiful bridges. In the centre is a large fountain. By the walls of the Plaza are many tiled alcoves, each representing a ...
... Head South. Go between two churches (and three bars) within one very short block. Proceed to the massive mushrooms.
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