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... up we went. We came out onto a terrace level, with views all the way to the Cathedral over the rooftops, and a blue tiled infinity spa pool all to ourselves. It was so beautiful, I was kicking myself that I hadn't at least tried to smuggle the camera in somehow. It was such a beautiful day too, so the sky was pure blue, the houses mostly white, and the cathedral buttresses and rooftop towered over it all. We didn't want to leave, but little ...
It took little time to get to the border and onto the Autovia. We passed huge areas of new plantings of oranges and olives with the country being easy rolling. It being Sunday there wasn't a lot of traffic but those narrow streets caught me again as we tried to find our hotel- the Ibiis. After 2 hours and a domestic we gave up and went to the Al Andalus. Because my cell phone wouldn't work in Spain I ...
... evening when the sun is not as strong). You can just walk and stroll these pedestrian streets and it's beautiful. I already bought a Spanish fan, red flower for my hair and Spanish shawl to wear. And more. Thought I'd share a few more pictures of the day. XO, ...
... adjacent gardens filled with oranges trees, did we mention that the whole city smells like orange blossoms? While the church was gothic and impressive, the adjacent tower (where they used to ascend via horseback) provided a stunning view of the city, so many parks and gardens to explore. We were quite hungry at this point so we stopped in for some tapas and a pizza. We also discovered tinto de verno (spelling?), a local favourite as far as we ...
... know if my brother was having me on or not, but he said the priest was lazy and had ramps put into the bell tower so that he could ride his donkey up.....sounds feasible? Having gone up about eight bell towers so far, I can tell you it is far easier walking up ramps than steps. The view from the top looking over Seville, like all Andalusian cities - colourful. The predominant Andalusian white mixed in with more colourful hues of orange, red ...