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... with so much, but we have had some good things. We have eaten a lot of jamon. We actually spent a couple of days in the country where the pigs are raised. It will be interesting to see how it compares with prosciutto when we get to Italy. The Spanish countryside has been interesting. Most of it is quite arid and covered with olive trees as far as the eye can see. I think the Spanish must have the world market cornered, so I wouldn't ...
... trees and crops, the ancient structures are restored and the buildings look better kept up. Gone are the small historical villages of the Algarve, replaced by modern buildings and structures.
Our hotel in Seville is not as advertised, but we will have to make do. We are here for two nights. Last night we wondered around the area looking for drinks and a bite. The streets are narrow and the buildings are several ...
... to get my point across. I wrote about how I've been really sick, so I made the short trip to a farmacia to get some medicine for my cold, and on the way I was looking up on my phone how to say "it's all in my sinuses." Well, thank goodness for Google Translate because it tells me to say "todos en mis senos." That sounded similar enough to me and the pharmacist understood what I was saying and gave ...
... combo of old Spanish and Moorish influence with a modern twist. Quiet, exculsive, and accommodating, and just what we were looking for. To their credit, they weren’t even phased when we rolled our 2 big bike bags into their small reception.
Thankfully, Seville gives the traveller a holiday from 'bucket list' historic sites. Yes, the Cathedral and it's accompanying Giralda Bell Tower is amazing and huge (the third largest in Europe). Once ...
... The guy started playing his flamenco music and it was as we were expecting it to be, although to be honest we did not really know too much about flamenco. Then the singer started, now if we had heard much flamenco before we probably would not have been surprised but as I mentioned we had not. The singing was very… well, emotional. It was a sort of long drawn out words sort of a cross between singing and yelling, like she really wanted to be heard. ...