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Hello, the other day I rode on one of those double decker, get on get off tourist buses. It was good because it took me to places I would not have visited otherwise. Seville is really many different neighborhoods and the one I went back to after the bus is across the river from the main town and is called Triana. It is where ...
... he called after me "otre anos?" Another year, maybe?
Several vendors noticing my camera and put on a pose. I bought another fan, just couldn't resist. I can't believe how happy such a small purchase makes me. Remember our rule is to dispose of something when we purchase something. Okay, it's not carved in stone, I just have to carry more.
Around Seville on the Red Bus
... we decided to stay for the show, which would make for a very long day, since the drive back to our apartment would be nearly 3 hours! The evening was worth it! We returned to the street where our car was parked and were entertained by a roving pipe and drum troupe while we dined at an outdoor cafe. Then, it was time to head to our Flamenco show. Only, our recollection of where the theater was had gotten foggy after our great dinner -- so we had to return to our car and ...
... break but very impressive. I really like the symmetry and brick & tile work.
The next day, Saturday 29 June, I took a different bridge into town and visited the cathedral which is huge. I should've bought a ticket online to avoid the line up in full sun, but soon enough I was inside. I didn’t like the bars in front of all the chapels; limits your view and make me feel like a peasant looking into a world I'm not worthy of. My main reason ...
... br> Today we visited the Alcazar - it's amazing to stand in a building that's centuries old. The tilework, wooden ceilings and surrounding gardens are massive and stunningly beautiful. In fact, Seville, like Cadiz, is a gorgeous city. The architecture in both places is just fabulous - we've walked and walked.
Cadiz is the first place we saw any of the impacts of the financial crisis here - people begging in the streets of what is basically a very ...