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... cathedral is another massive complex close to the city centre but while we were kinda keen to visit, we've done a few cathedrals and yarda yarda plus time was disappearing. Following the failed attempt yesterday to book J in some pampering at the Arab Baths for the seemingly traditional Hammam experience, we'd been able to make a mid arvo booking today for her to luxuriate with a two hour bathing and massage experience. I decided my time would be better spent ...
... waiters who were probably used to his presence but it obviously annoyed the heck out of them. (We saw him at dinner too, by the way).
After that interesting lunch, we went off walking down the streets and happened upon horse and carriage rides. It seemed like a good way to take in all the sites in one day, and so we hopped on at $45 Euros a pop. (that's about $60 US) **yikes. It was cool and the sites were beautiful but I wouldn't say it was ...
... his blog. We were thinking of going over to Morocco together but we needed to discuss and find out how much it would cost and how long we wanted to travel. In the end, Chris wanted to spend at least a week to do a circular route of the country. We felt we couldn't take that long because of our other desired destinations. Chris was ready to do it alone and headed out Wednesday morning. We wished him well and agreed to stop by his place in England at the end ...
To be there in time for the bus, I took a train tonight (Thursday) to Sevilla, and I am staying in a hostel here.
Someone on this train smokes, I can smell it. Its giving me a headache, but I have my music and my laptop and water, so I am happy. I decided to buy a small ipod shuffle since my iphone got stolen, and I am so glad. It is so much better traveling with music than in silence.
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... have lots of courtyards with gravity powered fountains and big pools with huge fish. We spent some time sitting in the shade and relaxing since it was so hot and then stalked some peacocks- 2 females and a male.
We also visited the cathedral which is the 3rd biggest in the world. It was originally ...