Hotel San Pablo
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... windows and doors, we made our way out to the gardens.
Before delving into all the nooks and crannies of the gardens, we decided to stop at the café just inside the gardens for a spot of tea and a reprieve from all the sightseeing. If you’ve ever toured through a place, you’d know that after a certain amount of time passes, there is a glaze that settles over one’s eyes and no more stimuli can be registered. It was a welcomed moment of respite. We ...
... obviously at the front of the queue. The system must be a bit like a taxi rank with all drivers on the hunt but having to supply any prey to the carriage dictated by the ordered system. Oh well.
It was still a great experience riding through the narrow streets and even on to the bustling broad city roads among heavy vehicle and motor bike traffic with the horse totally unfazed. Our guide pointed out the major landmarks though was unable to elaborate further ...
... the previous day.
After the train ride over farm land after farm land, we finally arrived in traditional, soulful Sevilla. I was a little hesitant about the city at first because on the outskirts of town it looked a little run-down and very urban, however once we entered the Santa Cruz area it was much more like the little town life I was used to from Barcelona and Toledo. Here, the city life was poppin' and the ambiance of the place was buzzing ...
... out of each fountain. The intense purple of the Jackaranda trees against the very blue and cloudless skies, the orange lantana and various coloured bougainvillias brightened every part of the gardens and created lovely vistas begging to be photographed. Tired after our walking we returned to the apartment for a siesta - a great local tradition and we can see why, as nothing starts til after 9pm. We went to an amateur flamenco show at a well ...
... and to "the end of the world". This is the atlantic ocean as I have never seen it before, implying I have never seen it from this side. For so long, people thought this was all there was. Also, there are optional experiences available, including a Sangria cruise, kayak trip and surf lesson. I plan on participating in the later. I am incredibly excited, because this is the same company that took me to Morocco, and my Moroccan experience ...