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Today is our longest train journey. We leave Barcelona Sants station at 9.35 and get into Seville at 20.30. The metro journey was very straightforward and we even got to say goodbye to a sleepy Sandra. We boarded the train after a bit of confusion at the platform since the train there was not to Barcelona and was 15 minutes late into the platform prompting a bit of ...
... even more pleasure today…I packed some of the
food from my yesterday, walked the ½ hour into town (no city buses that early) and
caught a regional bus to Jerez, where I grabbed a taxi to the Fundación Real Escuela Andaluza del
Arte Ecuestre (www.realescuela.org Royal Andalusian
School of Equestrian Art ). This was the one day trip I knew was
doable from Sanlucar, and I was not disappointed. No lines, very few people that early, and so
... de San Juan de Dios. This was
dominated by the Town Hall, built at the beginning of the 1800’s. Once again
you could just close your eyes and go back 200 years to vision a crowd of
people in the square listening to their leader. It had a promenade that went
down to the harbor gates.
We stopped here at a little café for some coffee and cake.
Yeah, I know….not Weight Watchers approved (but then neither is most of ...
... bunkers with guns pointing down toward the bay.
We hiked around the mountain for a couple hours, just taking in the views. Its no surprise this is a military hot-spot. Everything is visible. To the north there is Spain, and just a few miles across the water is Morocco. Looking to the east, the Mediterranean, and to the West is what you know to be the Atlantic. The highest concentration of large transport ships I had ever seen occupied the waters all day long. Some ...
... in half the time. The one place we wanted to visit was Picasso's museum but hadn't realised it was only open in the morning on a Monday so very disappointing. Will have to make it up by visiting the one in Barcelona later in our trip.
Through the night we passed through the Rock of Gibralter to the next port of Cadiz which was a lovely city. We were fortunate to experience some religious festival where many ...