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... br> Romans loved the circus, or hippodrome, where they watched chariot races and other games. The complex at Mérida had a capacity of 30,000, comparable to many of our college football stadiums. This hippodrome is supposedly the best preserved in the world, though what is left is little more than a vast rectangular field with the remains of seating all around it. I had a little more trouble imagining chariots racing here, so I will have to ...
... turn the shower off! Every time we adjusted something, another thing would spray us completely, then we nearly flooded the basin, and then the pressure started fluctuating for nor particular reason. It was absolutely ridiculous, like something you'd see in Maxwell Smart's apartment. Honestly the person who designed this must have been about as practical as a lump of dog dung on the bottom of your foot!
We did eventually sort out ...
... be based in Seville for eight nights, from where we will explore Cordoba, Cadiz, Granada, Huelva, the Roman town of Italica and, of course, lots of sangria and tapas in Seville! The trip continues to Merida for 10 nights - lots more Roman stuff - then back to Brisbane via Lisbon, London, Dubai and Melbourne. I will update as often as Internet access ...
... cook and eat dinner before dark. We are all trying not to lisp after excessive lithping in Barthelona.
his is a lovely resort type camping ground with pools, supermarket, pizza and coffee shop so we will have another night or so before heading further south. By the way the map pin drop for this is completely wrong - it is south of Valencia on the coast.
... remains of Roman antiquity than any other town in Spain. We rolled up today with our backpacks looking bedraggled to this beautiful 5 star hotel you can just tell the way they look at us that they don't believe we are guests checking in. We are planning on staying an extra day to visit the sites. Our bodies especially my feet are hurting we are finding this a challenge but a very enjoyable challenge. Will update again when and if I receive my connector. Miss you all. ...
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Rambla Martir Santa Eulalia 17, Mérida | Hotelfrom $62
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Castelar, 1, Mérida | Hotelfrom $63