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... bakeries for breakfasts and a few touristic places.
It is time. We head to the meeting point, the Giralda Tower. This is the main bell tower of the Cathedral. It towers over the central part of the city and is rather large. In its first life it was the tower to call the Muslims to prayer at the mosque that was a on this site previously. The Christians just built an extra piece on the top and added the bells. The colours, designs and the motifs were all kept on the tower ...
... bunched together with roads and laneways barely wide enough for a donkey to pass. But we have always managed to anyway. And today's lil venture into Montecorto was a typical detour as we found ourselves in a labyrinth of narrow lanes and having to somehow turn around to escape to avoid a road under what may vaguely be called Spanish reconstruction. You can get a sense the Spanish love building new roads and bridges and this is done with panache, pizzazz and pomp. But maintenance? ...
... people is far less than Victoria. In general, people seem well fed, clothed, and happy. Our Spanish friends suggest that this is explained by families looking after each other; (2) we’ve never once felt safety of person or property was a concern. People are polite and invariably queue if needed.
Smaller houses, warm weather, and numerous kid-friendly tapas bars and restaurants make socializing something done outside the home. Reasonable ...
... Nice dinner with an abundance of cocktails made it for a very enjoyable evening. Everyone had full bellies so it seemed like the best idea was to head back to the cabin and forego any extra curricular activities for the night given that Lisbon was our next stop. That might be good enough for the old people, but I just had to go to the Casino to see what was shakin. After a little roulette, blackjack and a ...
... forward to what the day had in store. The weather too would prove to be brilliant, with a sunny and warm top temperature of 31 degrees Celsius.
I woke up at approximately 9AM, and after a nice breakfast consisting of ham and cheese rolls, we returned to the hotel to collect our belongings, and begun our day of sightseeing at around 11:30AM. We decided to start our day at the famous Seville cathedral, which is the largest cathedral ...