Hotel Plaza Escribano
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... in spanish horses, olives, dogs or just lying in the sun.
Probably the most significant part about the hacienda, like almost every other farm in this part of Spain, are the olives. They farm organic olives and olive oil. Not being a huge olive fan myself, this is not the most exciting part of the farm but the process is pretty cool and if you are interested you can learn more about it here - http://www.dosolivosecuestre.com/inicio /our-story/olive-farming.
... to do with intolerance? Did Fascists call themselves Fascists?
Gray-haired Jose replied, Franco's dictatorship had been about enforcing rules, and the brutal persecution or elimination of the opposition. And no, Fascists didn't call themselves Fascists, it was a name that was given to them by others.
Jose worried slightly, because Fascism was making a small comeback in the democratic elections of ...
... and doing the nearby trail. saw a few flamigos along the way but not really the right time of year to see the great flocks of birds that migratethrough the area. Wandered along the paths to some ofthe bird watching blinds where I saw a few birdwatches with their telescopes and bird watching equipment but not lots of birds. Nice walk though.
Headed back and wandered around the lake and through the town which had some interesting ...
... flowers we had not seen before.
Seville is just 40 miles away, so we had to have a day trip to see it. I am so glad we did. It really is a beautiful city, with the elegance of Paris and the history of Granada.
The Moorish influence is still strong, with the Alcazar, or royal palace, not quite as old as the Alhambra but almost as beautiful
The cathedral is immense, the third largest in Europe after ...
... also! He was going for food and coffee. Later at dinner, Richard gave him a hard time for not taking two beautiful women into town with him. There is a picture of Rusmir and me in front of the fountain where we saw each other. I can't believe we only have a few more days. I'm really going to miss our waiters. Finally, in Cadiz, I got sun! I'm so excited! Over 80 degrees and sunny. Not even a cool breeze. It was totally awesome! Although, no ...