Hotel Nova Centro
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We actually arrived last night as I mentioned in yesterday's blog and the first tapas place where we ate was a delight. Delicious eggplant with goat cheese...a flavor treat.
Our hotel includes breakfast and I honestly expected baguettes and coffee. Its a full spread with anything you'd want...hard boiled egg, cold cuts, yogurt, sweets, fresh fruit, juice, and Spanish omelette (potato ...
Today we were up early for the bus to Seville. Once in
Seville we had Tapas at one of the oldest Tapas bars in Sevilla, El
Rinconcillo, which has been around since 1670. We had wild boar, beef cheeks,
spinach and chickpeas and salad. Once again the food was very nice!
After lunch we had a few spare hours in Seville, so had a
brief tour of the town centre. We saw the Mushrooms, which were constructed in
2011, lots of beautiful old buildings, ...
... It doesn't feel unsafe at all walking around at night, whereas I would never do that in Melbourne. Tomorrow I'll actually be going inside the Alcázar, so I'm looking forward to that. I think I will have to cancel my daytrip to Córdoba, because I'm so behind with Sevilla and am leaving for Granada the day after. Best moment: tie between the horses and the surprise concert Worst moment: almost missing the horse show Fave photo: Casa de Pilato ...
... funnel cake) and hot chocolate along with locals and cheerful bartender ladies wearing santa claus hats--joking and flirting with the customers. Nice to see some pre-dawn holiday cheer! And then I'm off to see the town. I've actually passed through Jerez numerous times by bus--only seeing the unattractive modern downtown--with one of the ugliest statues in the world: A giant man with his head, leg and arm missing... I guess ...
... via a computer software program and they taught me restaurant basics, but I still didn't know what these rural waiters/waitresses were saying to me. I was used to being asked "How many are you?" to which the answer would be "Two" at American restaurants, and later at more urban Spanish restaurants, but here in rural Spain they just came up and asked what you need. I looked at Ron to see if he wanted to eat here, but he just seemed adversarial and uncommunicative. So I just ...