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... reminder of how good simple things can be. The ride back to Bilbao was really pleasant, low stress driving through ultra green hills with occasional views of the coast. We arrived in Sevilla around 8:30PM, just in time for pre-dinner drinks. We're staying in the Macarena, a working class neighborhood slowly incorporating artists and alternative types. It's defining feature is a long central plaza with a playground and water features for ...
... holy week between Palm Sunday and Easter when Seville is
the site of the country’s largest and most famous religious processions. So
beggars can’t be choosers when it comes to well-situated accommodation during
busy times. The best I could find online in a reasonable price range was a
hostel bed in an eight-bed mixed dorm. I don’t mind sharing a room, but a room
of eight is a bit much, especially when I’m on the upper bunk. I’m convinced
... Alas we failed to do the impossible and as we left with the group they all approached selling their wares which we had to say no and push past.
With that we departed on out tour of Seville. One the bus we past the university and the “Cruceros Torre Del Oro” (An old Defence tower) on our way to our next location. We pulled up outside of the “Plaza De Toros De La Maestranza” Old bull fighting arena and made our way inside. The lobby was ...
... by young kids coming down as we were climbing up.
We topped off a busy day with a 1 hour flamenco concert in Casa de la Flamenco. It was intimate and you could really feel the passion associated with the dance.
Saturday was our last full day in Sevilla, so we decided to explore the other side of the river. This was Triana, well known for its history of ceramic tile manufacture. We visited one ...
... girls and two floors of guys. There has been a bit of a rotating cast in the building, but I think we are finally set with the group that is here to stay. The first floor has 3 Spanish girls, a Mexican girl, a Colombian girl, and I think one of my friends, Madison, from UO is actually moving in this week. I live on the second floor with three Americans and three Chinese guys-- we had one Spanish guy who was evicted for general stupidity, and another ...