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Time for lunch, and we chose Café del Sol, which was in the Jewish ...
... and produce market on the first floor, and you can get a lift to take you for $5 to a walkway on the top, but today once again was too hot for people to be up there. Walking in the backstreets in the area I found a cafe that was advertising a 3 course lunch menu with drink and coffee for 8 euro, and as it was 2pm I thought I'd give it a go. My choices were what you'd expect since my grandmother was Irish. It was just luck that I ended ...
... outfits) passing the Real Alcazar and the Cathedral. Later on I got a few glimpses of two other cofradias in their movements through the city but by this point had lost my tolerance for standing in crowds. Those were the Cofradia of San Benito (purple and white outfits) and Cofradia of Santa Cruz (white outfits).
I’ve decided that baby strollers in big crowds are my new pet peeve right up there with people who used umbrellas as sun ...
... that was purified and rebuilt as a cathedral after the expulsion of the Muslims from Spain. It was the third cathedral to be completed in Europe after the one in the Vatican and the one in London.
With the tour complete Mark and I decided to check out the Alcazar. The oldest royal palace still in use anywhere in the world. On our way to the gate we bumped into a Christmas light display of what I assume is baby Jesus with Mary and joseph with a lamb and a huge ...
... arrangements. We book a larger ferry from another port, about an hour away from Tangier. We are assured that this ferry will not be affected by the weather. We race over there, only to end up waiting more than one hour past the scheduled departure time. Finally we get underway, and as we sail away from North Africa the skies begin to brighten, and the clouds lift enough so that we can get a good view of the Rock of Gibraltar.
We land at ...