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... restaurant, we visited the Alcázar De Sevilla, where the architecture & gardens (peacocks included) couldn't be compared to anything you might see back home. Next we went on the tour of the bullfighting arena. We finished off the day with a lovely dinner and headed back to the hostel, We leave super early for Granada to see the ...
... and yes lots of alfalfa for Andaluz horses.
The day started with breakfast at a busy cafe nearby for about 12 euros. We figure that's pretty good for four people. Lattes, hot chocolates, croissants and toast were in order. Ready for another day.
We contemplated going on a walking tour, a horse drawn carriage ride (very touristy but Belle was really looking forward to this) and a visit to a medieval fort and palace - The Real Alcazar, next ...
... I have one more place to explore: Plaza de Espana, perhaps the most beautiful plaza in the world. Last time I was here it was under repair--by now it should be fully restored. Yep. A new circular canal has been built with beautiful bridges decorated in Andalusian style--with the grand palace like buildings behind--it's a breathtakingly beautiful view. Even though this plaza is less than 100 years old, it rivals any ...
Today, I went to Plaza de España. It was huge! The creator of this place was Aníbal González. It is made out of bricks and it consists of two large towers on the sides with a long gallery inbetween them. It is curved like a semicircle, so ...
... is nestled in the mountains. I walked the two km to my hostel (my backpack is getting very heavy - it's nearly fifty pounds!) in the sweltering heat of the afternoon. I walked by gorgeous cathedrals, old buildings and best of all...plenty of tapas bars! I went on a free walking tour to the Sacramonte caves. The poor and Gypsies used to live in these caves, as they couldn't afford housing and caves have a constant temperature year-round. People STILL live in them! ...
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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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