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... in the 13th century. We checked out the roman bridge across the river, walked though the old town, and had a couple of beers, and a delicious pork dish. We both had a sleep on the train back, and decided we'd try to get in at Los Coloniales again.
We'd tried the other night when we got lost and couldn't find it, but Craig has the directions down pat now, so we got there before 8.30 and got the last table. This is another cafe that surprises you! It's on ...
... We would travel for miles at a time and not see one car. These routes also gave us the pleasure of going through all the little villages every 10 or 20 miles.
We made it to Seville around 4 p.m. and found our BnB fairly easy. Once again, Harley announced our presence and Ian came down from his apartment to greet us. Ian had arranged for a secure parking spot a half a block down so we off loaded our luggage and I followed him to the garage. It ...
... cool and a bit different was under the umbrellas there was a sprinkler type system that put a mist of water on you as you ate to keep you cool. By the time we had finished we were feeling rather full. We wandered around Seville taking in the sights, enjoying the warmth and sun.
Our favourite place was Plaza de Espaņa it was a palace built in 1929 so as far as European palaces go, ...
... in class for 3 & 1/2 hours a day when you have the city of Sevilla waiting for you right outside your window! Needless to say, class went well but was definitely a blur.
I was actually having a really good day until I started feeling weird towards the end of lunch. All of a sudden, it seemed as if a wave of emotions hit me all at once. I began longing for friends and family at ...
... like it! They remind me of the Von Trapp children and the sort of outfits you would expect to see back in that era.
After our late lunch, we continued back through the streets towards our hotel (stopped for some delicious gelato; yummmmmmy!) in time to catch the procession come past.
Words really can’t describe the procession. First came the band playing the processional music, then came the ...