Ribera De Triana Hotel
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... Arabs built a huge mosque over a Christian church using bits of Roman buildings from a previous occupation, then the Christians built a cathedral in the middle of the mosque, rising out of and above it when they gained power. Prior to this we had walked through the old Jewish quarter with its narrow cobbled lanes, pebbled courtyards and quaint whitewashed buildings. Following this and after travelling 540 kms we arrived at the hotel for a well appreciated shower and ...
... come over sliced potatoes with a sauce of your
choice such as Cabrales (Spanish blue cheese) or Whiskey. And in Cadiz I found
a place that did Tapita de Parrillada de Carnes (a small tapa of mixed grilled
meats) for 3.90 Euros. When it arrived my mouth dropped. I said to the waiter, “No,
no, tapa – no racion!” To which he responded, “Si, es una tapita!” I don’t see
how with two pork chops, two chicken breasts, sausages, and ...
... to go!?) After multiple test (blood work, ultra sound, x-rays) the doctors were not able to rule out appendicitis. They kept Eric over night for observation and I headed back to our flat, by this time it was 3am. Eric was finally released the next day after being examined by the surgeon and praise God he didn't need any surgery. He had a bacterial infection, was prescribed antibiotics and sent home.
We arrived at Seville late in the night and walked around a little bit.
The next day Dad had to move the car to a public parking but when he came out the front right hand window got broken and someone got in our car and opened the door to see what was in there.
But there was nothing in there but my ...
... br> We walked the two miles back into town, and wandered the streets there for a couple of hours. We passed lots of cool architecture and pretty plazas, the remains of Spanish forts and the aforementioned baroque cathedral that we admired only from the outside (to its credit, it did have an awesome yellow dome that I appreciated). We didn't go inside of anything, in fact, and it felt kind of rebellious--but mainly it felt relaxing. We really, really liked the ...