Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for the supermarket. It closes at 2 and doesn't open again till tonight - siesta! We pass nowhere tomorrow for food or water so need to supply ourselves and no way going that distance without fuel! Carry 3 litres of water and be conservative. Heavy pack :(. Notes say lots of steep hills. Keep putting one foot in front of the other.
I finish today knowing I have a butt attached to my legs. Twas a slow incline for the bulk of the distance with no downhill ...
... Kate from Washington DC, who flew into Malaga, and we took a little trip along the southern coast before returning to Sevilla. So, pictures & videos here are mainly from those 2 visits. I've got some stories to tell and want to write more some time...soon....? But in the meantime wanted to give a shout out to all of you and show you some pics.
As always, I so appreciate your comments and messages, which keep me going!
Much love to all of you!
... Sevilla by tour bus, riverboat, and horse-drawn buggy! So here's a sample of snapshots from those various ventures. You'll see more of the actual sites in a couple of subsequent posts, where I'll add pictures from my sister and my niece, both of whom are artists and I want to give them credit for their own fabulous ...
... airbnb host was fantastic and got us oriented to the city pretty fast.
So let’s start with the food. We were fortunate to find the most amazing place just around the corner from where we were staying. We finally found a salad that wasn’t made of iceberg lettuce and tapas that were creatively done (see photos). The dessert (which was divine) came prepared in a container similar to a sardine tin and a small gin and tonic was served complimentary as an ...
... world. Today he had to do one ship near Seville. We talked about what a captain on such a ship actually does (basically a manager), where he went, how and where (Istanbul) he met his Rumanian wife and off course the boring stuff about me. We had a decent paella. Not incredible, not bad. He had a long walk back home and I ended the evening on the couch, resting my feet... Listening to clearly a very loud debate on climate change down on the ...