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The style of residential architecture and decorative arts I
probably most associate with Spain is arguably a style most typical of Seville.
The Spanish style exported to and adopted in new world places like California
is much that of Seville. I recall once going to La Casa Encantada, better known
as the Hearst Castle, the California estate of publishing magnate ...
Seville was a complete surprise and the right mix of fun and activities, food and alcohol. Arrival was filled with a Jamies breakfast including the obligatory bubbles and cocktail on the house for me. Tasteful dressing up (in complete contrast to Rich dressed as a pea pod!) followed by a BA flight where again both food and drink were included. Paul Hollywood was our claim to fame and send over a bottle of bubbles to help us on our way. Arriving with a pick ...
... in April. The nice thing is most museums are not expensive to get into. This one was 1.50€ which is really nothing. The art started out sort of heavy with serious religious art. I figured even if I didn't like the art the frames were art enough! It all ended on a lighter note when I saw a painting I recognized by Senet. And then there was a Miro and Picasso, Rene Magritte and others. The building itself was wonderful, ...
... but it had seats, and the food was still delicious.
The standard fare for breakfast in Ronda is Churros, with coffee or hot chocolate. We had ours with coffee. Any Singaporeans reading this, it is like Yew Tew or Yew Za Kwai, so you can imagine it with coffee... yum, I just wish they did congee as well.
We then took a walk to the Arab baths, it was in very good condition for its age (some 800 years). Definitely worth ...
... Alcazar. It was a warm and sunny afternoon so we needed to have a bit of a siesta and recharge the batteries before heading out again. Following a siesta, shower and refresh we headed out for our last evening in Seville. We wandered the winding streets of Santa Cruz and did a spot of shopping before having dinner at a lovely restaurant close to our hotel. We shared some tapas plates - beetroot dip with cured tuna and a dusting of cheese, marinated fried ...