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... on a rod so you can adjust its height.
Again, the room is very quiet. We need to make sure we awake in time as it does not become light until about 08:00. However, because we are resting in the afternoons we are waking very early!
The four of us walked a little around Seville, sat at an outdoor restaurant and had a large lunch, including Sangria before, once again, Tom and Ruth retired to ...
... the nightlife of Sevilla on Calle Alfalfa (after getting good and lost, obviously).
Our Sunday was spent wandering around the town and enjoying the Plaza de Espana. It was BEAUTIFUL. There is so much history and tradition packed into every detail of the building. We spent hours exploring the courtyard and the building and the gardens surrounding it. Monday morning was spent touring the Alcazar, the oldest functioning palace in Europe. Again, it ...
Today mum is leaving Seville. She found it beautiful but very hot at 39 degrees. The city was full of stunning buildings and large trees with her favourite being the Jacaranda covered in purple blossoms. Everywhere mum looked she saw blue, white and yellow tiles. Antique ...
What to do today? Interested in the archaeological museum, we made our way back towards the plaza Espana and the beautiful park, looking for a history lesson on the region. We picked up some typical Sevillian sweets on the way, unlike anything we've had really, pastries that seem to be soaked in honey and other exotic flavours, very delicious. Of course we were charged by weight at the bakery and our meagre entrance fee at the museum (1,50€) ended up ...
... grandiose that future generations would think they were crazy. Yeah well good job cause I agree. They were crazy.
The main hall with two organs on the right was crazy enough but there were several little rooms around the walls filled with paintings and sculptures. In particular there was a room dedicated to the history of baptism with a basin with little angles on the supporting part and a painting of the first ...