Sevilla Congresos Hotel
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... for a small outing (looking at shops) before heading out for dinner and then a night tour of the city. It was a lovely tour and well worth the ride for during the day and at night! FYI - Spain is the place for shoe shopping - every second shop is a shoe shop - it's amazing. I don't know if you have bought shoes in NZ that are made in Spain and it is NOT cheap - well they are a fraction of ...
... cool off and of course, more horse drawn carriages.
Once it started getting late, we started to head back to the car. This walk took us through the park by the plaza. Then we followed the river all the way back. The river had hotels lining one side and bars lining the other. Several boats were going in either direction and there was a great view of the city. It was peaceful being down by the river as it was a little further ...
... and was not as passionate as the one I saw previously when I visited Barcelona in 2009. That show sticks in my mind so vividly that I almost didn’t go to another show as I didn’t think any could compete. Anyway, the one I saw tonight was more like a demonstration than a show. There was a school group there too. But amazing foot work and clearly very talented people. Good way to cap off my Seville time before wrapping up and heading north the next ...
... only 1.20 euro each.
This time we actually restrained ourselves and did not over-eat. Total cost for lunch including our beers was 14.50 euro - NZ$23 approx. We got the spinach croquettes again as Vern is so partial to them, the almond chicken with bacon and cheese this time (inside the fillet), cheese balls with asparagus and capsicum jam. OMG - it was like a cream quark or smooth goat ricotta with asparagus and onion and then ...
... a whole array of swirling skirts, men playing guitars, everyone singing and dancing impromptu flamenco. It looked amazing, natural, and probably the way to see true flamenco dance. Final destination for Spain was Jerez, home of sherry. Of course the town was closed for a festival, but we did manage to see a bodega or two, and now sherry is filed in the same learning file as saki......rubbish and don't ...