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Travel Blogs from Seville
Buco stayed here on Jul 15, 2010 during their trip titled: Iberska ruta.
From Salamanca we carried on to Seville...one of the major centres for Flamenco...and of course we took in one of the local neighbourhood presentations (not one at a large hotel). It was held in a small central courtyard that had candles and we thoroughly enjoyed the guitarist, singer and dancer.
... Valencia, resulting in adding an extra 15 minutes to the already long trip. We started to see olive trees on the sides of the road and then there were olive trees as far as you could see, covering all the hills for at least 300kms of the drive! I would hate to have to pick all of those out in the heat. We arrived at the campsite just before 8pm and it ...
It also has an amazing museum and the wealth of gold and silver would put the crown jewels to shame. This is one of the things that annoys Bruce about the church – its wealth while half its congregations suffers. Much of the gold and silver gifts are from the wealthy who were trying to buying their way into the favours of the church but when you see an item that has been gifted by a Cardinal, well whose money provided that?
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... of delicious tapas, as well as four drinks. By the end at 11ª30 ' they eat so late! I walked straight back to the hostel and went to sleep. The next morning I rose for the walking tour, which was a 2.5 hour extravaganza around Seville which included the same Plaza Espagna I had seen the day before and culminated in the bull rink and the river, which is not really a river but a pool because the river was filled in to ...