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- Swimming pool
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... modern neighborhoods. I head straight east, past apartment blocks and shopping districts, with people doing there last minute Christmas shopping. Even in modern neighborhoods, there are cool little discoveries: beautiful mansions in typical Sevilla style... pleasant parks... Finally I reach the freeway, which pretty much marks the edge of the city, then I start working my way back. I make my way through an industrial area, which it seem has become a sort of ...
Another day. Another journey. I plan to purchase tickets again, in advance of my departure from Seville. Had breakfast at a place around the corner. Cafe con leche and toasted bread, almost like boulio, with queso. It was fantastic. Stood while eating and paid and left. I find them at the train station again. I had to find the times and trains I wanted to go and then ...
... in. It was my turn to pick a dinner spot, so we headed to Los Coloniales for tea, only thing was, we never got there. We could not find it no matter what we did! We went around in a circle, ended up completely in the wrong direction, and had to backtrack about 4 times. We just stopped in the end, and had a couple of tapas and regrouped! For our own safety, we headed back to Plaza Alfafa, and had a couple more tapas and drinks there, then dragged our selves back ...
... not a problem. And with my new and albeit, only limited understanding of the Spanish psyche, I know that if flooding was ever or possibly even ever likely to be a vague possibility of a problem, the river would simply be shifted elsewhere.
It even seems the river is still navigable for all it's 100 km distance to the Atlantic as a new and modern-styled high bridge appeared at the southern end of the area I traversed on bike during the afternoon and a dock ...
... enjoyed her spelt sourdough loaf. Today she asked
where I was from, and when I said Seattle she was very interested, as her best
friend lives there with her female partner, and teaches at the U of W. So we
talked about gay weddings, and motherhood, and finally I felt like a real live
person in Seville. Then there was the vendor who sold me a purse for my
daughter. He is an artist also, and being originally from Morocco, encouraged
me to visit there, and I know I will.