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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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... s), ham wrapped shrimp, and chicken croquettes. Heather had herself a cute little beer and I had coke from a wineglass with my allotment of one ice cube. I did not eat the ham wrapped shrimp of course but Heather assured me it was terrible. The rest however was quite good. We finished our tour of the cathedral, Heather bought a cute little hat, we walked around a castle complete with moat, but then we had to get going. We managed to get ourselves on the road only ...
... to life itself. One room contains tapestries. Of particular interest to us is one of a map of the area at the time as seen from the perspective of looking at the world radiating from Sevilla as the centre. It is surprisingly accurate. The grounds around the Alcazar are beautifully sculptured and manicured. It is truly a beautiful and restful place.
Upon exiting from the Alcazar, we head into the barrio Santa Cruz. It is filled with little nooks and crannies but too touristy ...
On Saturday the 25th, Isabel and I woke up and
went to the local Archaeological Museum with Manuel. Surprisingly, we were the only ones to visit
the museum because the rest of our group decided to take the opportunity of
sleeping in on a Saturday. The museum
was very interesting; we saw prehistoric discoveries that archaeologists have
found in caves in areas surrounding Sevilla.
... to have our main room light on if Ana deems that there is enough natural sunlight outside. The internet here, and honestly everywhere I've been in Spain, has been a headache. We only have internet from when its turned on in the morning until my family turns it off at midnight every night. In between those times, the internet is in a constant state of going in and out on its own. Which is very inconvenient when trying to do homework as I've learned the hard ...
... memory! The Costa Brava welcomed us for a visit prior to Barcelona and we had one of many amazing meals in the town of Begur. Before the Costa Brava, we were on our crazy driving adventure through France, Andorra, back to Spain to see the Guggenheim in Bilbao, exploring the ancient city of Carcassonne, visiting the Salvador Dali museum in Figueres, back to Toulouse to tour the Airbus factory and see some family friends, but I THINK I have written about all of this in a ...