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... the other side. We bought our tickets and entered through the gates. We entered into the first of many garden courtyards lines with a hedge and a few other trees and bushes inside with stone arches on the far side. Through the arches we found ourselves in a paved courtyard with the option of three directions. We took a right and entered the building. Inside was a room that had been converted into a chapel. It had a large religious artwork in the centre but what caught my ...
... of the convoy having wheels on their bags.
Our walking tour starts soon after check in and we head for an informative tour around the city. The city is massive and beautiful but the highlight of the tour was when standing outside the cathedral of all places, 2 rival horse and cart drivers have a dispute which ends with one booting the other up the **** and then when he turns around the other retaliated in kind. Our guide was so ashamed of ...
... during the tour and our guide Medi was very good at keeping everyone in the shade as much as possible. After the tour we hung out in the Plaza de España which was really beautiful. We saw some girls walking in the fountain so we joined in which was so nice to cool off. It was getting pretty hot so we went to get some lunch and sat inside Starbucks for a while to cool off. We decided to go to the fine arts museum and while walking over there went into a bunch of different ...
... plaza de toros as we had noticed parks, and walkways just beyond, bordering the Guadalquivir river. We spend several hours walking in the area, it is lovely. Being a university city, there are a number of areas where young people meet for drinks and visits which adds a young dynamism to the area.
The next morning we have a buffet breakfast at the hotel (included in the price) and head to the cathedral. The group entrance line up is already long and looking in the distance to ...
... It's like sleeping in a tomb if you want it to be, and this place is no exception. Julia loves this.
Breakfast is served, and Molly has got cabin fever. She is chomping at the bit to get out of the apartment and agitated that it's taking us so long to rally. We manage to get out the door and strolling around 11:30 but at this point our timing is off and the beautiful plans we laid last night... will need to be slightly adjusted. No big deal.
We head to the Plaza Nueva ...