Sacristia de Santa Ana
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0111 Magnificent Sevilla (Spa 004*, 08A -024) Sevilla February 22, 2008 Day 084: 10 hours, 3.3—total: 26.6 After Algeciras, I head on towards my next goal: To explore and parkbench a new country: Portugal. But on the way, I was to spend a good couple of hours revisiting beautiful Sevilla. Even before the bus reaches the station, it strikes me how much I’ve changed since the last time I visited Sevilla back in 1998. The cathedrals, palaces, castles, and ...
... It was packed and we sat outside. We ordered the Pisto, croquets, wings and Tinto de Verano's...then made a mistake and thought we ordered one more dish of meat ball but got three...we waddled home (lunch).
- Antonio Romero (across the street from our flat) they have 3 locations (2 on our street). The Bacalao is amazing! Very authentic and local.
- El Tabanco on C/Rosario (Flamenco shows on Wed, Fri and Sat nights late) - Jerez tapa ...
... moves of the matador as he mesmerises the rapidly weakening bull to charge at his intricately manoeuvred red cape. At times, the brightly dressed matador, his billowing red cape and the blood soaked bull almost seem to move in concert as three connected components of some strange entity. It's both enthralling and sickening at the same time as one watches with one eye shut and the other fully engaged in taking the whole spectacle in.
The matador has taken ...
... b, and I was fortunate to grab an available week at
the last minute. The studio is a spacious, cool retreat, outfitted with many
things I did not have in Sanlucar: a comfortable bed, a fan, a table for
puzzles and painting, a nice sound system, toilet paper, and best of all: my
own kitchen. I can let my hair down,
literally, as I was required to have it up at all times in the last place. Once
I rented a bicycle, the city was mine; at least the mornings and evenings, ...
... sit and relax.
Early in the morning, walked across the Rio Guadalquivir to the Mercado Triana for breakfast ( as suggested by Lonely Planet). The building, built specifically for the markets, was beautiful, and the stalls open had a wonderful array of food. Breakfast was very average, with the Lonely Planet recommended suggestions not being known nor offerred.
Las Teresas, the bar described as a " go to destination" for a display ...