After a four day food tour in Porto, I decided to delve into the history of Seville. With only two nights in the city I really packed in the sight seeing and was able to see a lot of the city. With everything so centrally located, it was easy to move around the city and see most of the historical sites. Walking from place to place was less of a problem than the sheer size of each place. I easily spent two hours in each place. By midday I was exhausted, but then I remembered I was in Spain where siesta is a cultural norm. I fully intend to utilize this much needed midday nap for my remaining days in Spain.
While my time in Seville was short, I intend to return. My last evening I spent time watching the sun set in la plaza de Espana and it was one of the best sunsets I have seen so far.
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Asia, your blog is exactly what we (as I boldly speak for the Ramsey Board) hope to see from GIT travelers. Thank you for sharing your adventures so engagingly!
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