Getting lost- Sevilla


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The final leg of our Andalucia tour was Seville. After visiting the Alhambra in the morning we got the 3 30 bus to Seville. It wasn’t such a long ride as I expected and the buses in Spain are punctual and clean.

 

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The final leg of our Andalucia tour was Seville. After visiting the Alhambra in the morning we got the 3 30 bus to Seville. It wasn’t such a long ride as I expected and the buses in Spain are punctual and clean. Obviously I took this chance to ‘catch up’ with some sleep ( we had stayed up playing cards the night before)! Semana Sanata in Seville is BIG. Can’t say we weren’t warned! Luckily there was no procession going on when we arrived and managed to maze our way  to the Traveller’s Inn.  5 of us in a 6 bed room, meant 1 randomer… who was pretty nice, a Korean guy travelling alone. Headed out for dinner, although we did have trouble finding our bearings, the beautifully designed street names on tiles didn’t make finding roads any easier. The restaurant was just round the corner and the crowd was obstructive. Sat down and began a feast. The comfort tapas served with crisps (above) was just what we needed after a long day. We decided to walk around the city after and made our way through the gardens of Buhaira with some sweet Spanish dessert. Stopped by a bakery on the way back, clearly dinner wasn’t enough for us! Took away the pastries filled with sweet poatatoes ( in the second last picture) which was later savaged by the only guy in our group….

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