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... of the girls escorted us to a large massage area, where each couple had seperate rooms for a lovely 30 minute massage, and it was heaven on our old worn feet and calves. The language barrier caused a few difficulties after this, because one of the girls was shaking her finger at us, pointing upwards, and giving us some lovely soft robes each. We had no idea what she was trying to tell us, but in the end we just followed her into a little ...
... during the tour and our guide Medi was very good at keeping everyone in the shade as much as possible. After the tour we hung out in the Plaza de España which was really beautiful. We saw some girls walking in the fountain so we joined in which was so nice to cool off. It was getting pretty hot so we went to get some lunch and sat inside Starbucks for a while to cool off. We decided to go to the fine arts museum and while walking over there went into a bunch of different ...
... outside a museum of works by dead ones. The museum was an air conditioned treat and crowded with intensely mournful religious scenes, sickly peasants and martyred looking martyrs! http://www.museosdeandalucia.es/cultura ydeporte/museos/MBASE/index.jsp?redirec t=S2_3_1.jsp&lng=en Frankie has joined us back here in Olvera and seems as impressed with it as we are. It was lovely coming back into familiar countryside on the bus ...
... moved with it, off the square up the street and round the corner slowly.
We walked around the corner to La Bodega and a light tapas in an evening crowd in coats and scarves. Not much later we wove our way back throught the narrow streets and the traffic to the flat and settled. Transition day tomorrow and a big day had been had, again.
Seville is a place that I could spend more time in. Andalusians generally are loud, warm, fun loving and open. The city offers so ...
... I walked to Plaza de España, which blew my mind. It is a huuuuge semicircular building with beautiful fountains and marble tiled bridges over a moat style lake. I believe it houses various government departments today. It was just perfect. Having a look at my photos later, it doesn't even look real. I bumped into a lovely Japanese lady and we continued to exchange photo taking the whole time we were there. She was on a 12 day trip and when I said ...