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Yummy Andalusia Spain

Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by gladiator335, May 16, 2018.

  1. gladiator335

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    Just came back from a delightful trip through Andalusia (Seville, Ronda, Granada and Cordoba).
    What a beautiful country!
    Here are some pictures:

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    A few more:
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    That looks tasty awesome! Looking forward to my trip to Seville.
     
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    I love Manchego queso!!
     
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    Awesome! My first known relative was known as the "Butcher of Cordoba." His name was Diego Rodriquez de Lucero and was an inquisitor. I've read our name is still hated in that area of Spain to this day.
     
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    Is that was his office? :)

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    If this is your first time there sign up for the free tour here:

    http://weareseville.com/

    We had 2 tours: Historical Walking Tour in the morning and Santa Cruz in the afternoon.
    Our guide was an awesome woman Roxy. The best tour guide I've ever heard! You wouldn't regret it.
    Just make sure you wear comfortable walking shoes.

    And another thing: if you want to visit Alcazar (Water gardens of Dorne anyone??) make sure you book tickets online here:
    www.alcazarsevilla.org
    Otherwise you will spend hours waiting in line....and it is HOT there!
     
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    Did they use the phrase: Burned at the steak? Pun intended.
     
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    They probably did...but I don't speak Spanish...
     
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    Thank you! That's greats!
     
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    Another place to visit: Casa de la Guitarra. Flamenco show. Reserve your tickets online. Ask for a front row...passion is through the roof! And then have a nice dinner ...literally anywhere. Tapas and Rioja or Tempranillo...enjoy!
    Just Sevilla or anything else?
     

     

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