Sacristia de Santa Ana
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Albeit a great city to just hang out and enjoy the pleasures of people and life, I must say goodbye and move on. Next stop is Algeciras. From there i plan to catch a ferry into Morocco. I will travel by bus. No trains yet. I am having a hard time uploading pics. When I can, I will load the Sevilla ...
It's always preferable to finish on a high note. Although not yet complete, this holiday has been a series of notes almost wholly on the upper scale. But maybe Sevilla is the peak of this four-week performance. I think this city just about has it all.
Except maybe a beach.
The rio Guadaquilvir passes through the city in a languid state with its huge width lined closely on either side with development of one sort or another making me suspect ...
... somewhere open and reasonably priced to eat lunch. After at least half an hour of waking around we settled on getting sandwiches at a café which was not far from where we were staying and luckily had an English menu available. As we are only a couple of days into our Spanish journey we have yet to learn much Spanish and therefore ordering food at a restaurant is extremely difficult without an English menu. Shut up, we both learned French at school....and now ...
... around their local streets. The unbelievable part of this event is that the floats are carried on the backs of men shuffling along at a snails pace. I counted at least 20 men under one of these floats as they slowly brought it inside the church.
The next day we hung around the apartment and prepared our gear for the days travel. We went to the computer store and did a trial run to make sure it computed in English. Turned out there were still some ...
We drove from Ronda straight to Seville wondering where we should park the car for the 5 days as the area where our apartment was is pedestrians only. First off we thought about the Airport and then on approaching the town we spotted parking signs off the main road. The Metro being right there to take us into town we decided that was it. 20 minutes later we were in the centre of Seville with a modern Metro costing us 1.80 ...