Andalucia, Seville and the Palace Real Alcázar

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The walk back towards the Cathedral was along cobbled streets where the houses had balconies with flowers spilling over the sides and it was full of the sights and sounds of postcard Spain and it was lunch time now so we found a traditional bodega serving sherry and tapas and went inside for lunch.

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13 responses to “Andalucia, Seville and the Palace Real Alcázar

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  6. Weeeee! Been here.

    Didn’t knew about the wine or meat for contra-fruit flies. Good trivia there.

    Oh yeah, they used Sevilla for the below-par movie Knight and Day.

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  7. I never made it to Seville. I wish I had! Perhaps some day. Did you ever visit Taragona? I really enjoyed the culture and pace there. The ocean was beautiful, the food was great, and the people were wonderful. The archaeology was also impressive there…

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