Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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... made by Pedro Roldán. After an outstanding performance the torero (bullfighter) will be carried out through these gates on the audience's shoulders. Look out for the slight slope in the arena; it's higher in the centre than near the stalls to give the bullfighter an advantage - he can sprint downhill to get behind the barricade, while the bull has to come to a stop to avoid crashing into it.
... like this is such a whirlwind - it takes it out of you. But I'm enjoying every minute of it.
We left the hotel at 6 and tried to find those restaurants the woman at the front desk had recommended (again) to no avail. Instead, we chose a very touristy looking place because we just were tired of looking for anything else. Surprisingly, the food was decent - cheese platter and this mushroom/shrimp paella dish and the entertainment was much ...
... is a cook who makes amazing crepes and waffles if you want them. He also does a three course meal in the evening with beer, wine, sangria or soft drink included for 10 euro! It smelled fantastic yesterday but I haven't tried it yet as too busy sampling tapas. In the small square (Plaza du Alfalfa, no joke haha) at the end of the street is one of the most popular tapas places in Seville. Filled mainly with locals and always a wait for ...
... see the booths of the different shipping lines and walked over to the FRS one, handed over our "open return" tickets, filled in the white forms which took all of 30 seconds each, received our boarding pass and got back in the van. Too easy mate, as they say in OZ!
We were then asked to park right behind seven other vehicles and then a huge XRay machine drove alongside us all with its big mechanical arm extended high above our ...
... and make cars wait. At her place, Piroska opens a tilt door and drives down underground into a parking space amongst twenty others under the building, costing as much as her car, she says. This was her place, she now lives out of the city. Her history is Hungarian, migrating to Venezuela, an engineer, leaving there as safety become an issue, marrying a Spaniard, settling in Seville. We talk as she shows us the flat and the terrace on the roof. She provided us with ...