Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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I need to go back to Hearst Castle again sometime.
In this entry I included lots of pictures from around
Seville that represent the style of residential architecture and design and
gardens that are typical of the style of the city, including lots of tiles,
Islamic-influenced Mudejar geometrical designs, patios and garden courtyards,
iron grillwork, baroque ...
... flamenco with both the music and the dance as well as the odd man thrown in for good measure made it a totally entertaining night. A few headed back during the show due to tiredness and the early start however the grand finale was well worth staying. Our dancing home reflected just how captivating it was!! With wifi at the place by the time we had actually got to bed it transpired neither Caroline or I were ready for it to end, oh well there was always ...
... as I didn't know how long I would be staying. I'll take the train back to Tangiers and from there I can take the ferry back to Spain. The limit is 90 days and it sounds as though they are very serious about that. So I should be able to get some interesting photos. The whole adventure will be very interesting as I really don't know what to expect. Not sure what the internet service is either, so standby! And for now, Adventure Barbie ...
... the next day, learnt a bit about Seville and then stopped for lunch before a siesta. We finally decided to purchase a Flamenco show with this tour group. This service had been offered in a few places before now, but it seemed this was the right place, as this is one of the birthplaces of flamenco.
It was totally worth it! For an extra e$6, we got a 45 min overview on the history of flamenco, a local white wine sherry at a ...
... a brilliant blue sky and sunshine. The landscape on the drive over was not unlike country Victoria or SA - dry and sunburnt. On arrival we were advised we would be placed into three groups English, French and Spanish. We met our guide Carmen outside the Alcazar where she explained the history of the Alcazar and took us around the grounds - which were stunning. We also went to the Arab baths, the Chapel (main headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition - it is now used as a ...