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... informed Maureen to "PLEASE STOP FOLLOWING US", as their stalking was disturbing. They were on the their last day, heading out to Italy for a 'destination wedding'. We told Molly we too were going to a wedding in Italy, and it was in the same town as theirs (near Lake Como). Wow, what a coincidence. She was amazed, until we told her we were kidding.
... as the afternoon drifted away. We stayed in Porto Covo that night and headed off next morning to another 'dot',.. this time Vila Nova de Milfontes,.. all of 20 Klms away. What a breath of fresh air this place was. Somewhat larger than Porto Covo, with a rather long Main Street of strip shops, Vila Nova de Milfontes is absolutely beautiful. The houses here are just picturesque,.. they look loved and kept!! White with yellow trim,.. or blue trim,.. or green trim,.. and ...
Seville’s gigantic cathedral is one of several superlatives.
It is said to be the world’s largest Gothic church, world’s largest Catholic
cathedral and third largest Christian church overall after Saint Peter’s in
Rome (not technically a cathedral since the seat of Rome’s archbishop is Saint
John Lateran Church) and Saint Paul’s in London (Anglican). Work n the
cathedral was started in the 1440s and completed about 70 ...
... courtyards and water in the gardens. This was absolutely wonderful and we stayed for quite a few hours just walking around the gardens. We heard a hydraulic water powered organ. We were just passing a water feature when it started playing. The water powers something & it plays. How wonderful! It us one of only 4 in the world & there is only one person who knows how the maintain them! There's a job opportunity! Next we went to another palace & ...
... Sevillians that he cut that part short to leave!
After that we walked outside the Palace of Seville, which they are using for shooting the next season of Game Of Thrones. The tour ends at a building the Sevillians hate and call “The Mushroom”. Which you can guess as to why they call it that. The building actually has some significance to it because when they were digging out the foundations for the building they stumbled across ...