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Day 3: Sevilla food  Posted on 05/21/2015
After our walk along the Guadalquivir river we lunched at Bodeguita Antonio Romero II in the Arenal neighbourhood. I had to polish up my Spanish in this place but the waiters did their best and we got there in the end. Large choice of...
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Day 3: Sevilla  Posted on 05/20/2015
Being an animal lover I was hesitant to visit Sevilla's bullring but what convinced me in the end was the history behind it. The Semana Santa opens the season that last until late September. The 18th century arena has a theatre box...
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Day 2: Sevilla food  Posted on 05/19/2015
After our visit to the Alcázar we couldn't find a tapas bar close by that looked interesting and after wandering around for a while we decided to just settle somewhere and hope for the best. Bodeguita la Parihuela was a lucky...
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Day 2: Sevilla  Posted on 05/18/2015
As the next visit on our list was another UNESCO site we made sure to leave early to avoid long waiting lines. And our plan worked perfectly because we were inside in 5 minutes. The Alcázar is the oldest royal palace still in use in...
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Day 1: Sevilla food  Posted on 05/17/2015
After the procession (see previous post) we were starving. We consulted the map and the culinary information the hotel concierge had given us and quickly decided to try El Rinconcillo. Founded in 1670 (once a convent) this tapas bar is...
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Day 1: Sevilla  Posted on 05/16/2015
After we had put our luggage in our room and had freshened up a bit the concierge sat us down and gave us a map with the most important things to visit, a page with a list of the closest restaurants and a culinary booklet with the...
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Hospes las casas del Rey de Baeza  Posted on 05/15/2015
Taking an early flight on Easter Day we arrived at our hotel in Sevilla around noon. As usual when we go on holiday without our son he stays with my parents for the first half of the time and with my mother-in-law for the second half....
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Roji  Posted on 05/14/2015
Right. We are stepping back in time again to the beginning of the Easter holidays. We flew to Belgium and met up with our usual dinner partners and friends. The wife always books the restaurants and we have complete faith (see other...
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Back soon  Posted on 05/11/2015
It's been a while since I found the time to blog: first there were the Easter holidays (3 fun-packed weeks in Belgium, Spain and Germany) followed by a back-to-school week filled with mountains of laundry and getting the house...
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Easter bonnet  Posted on 03/27/2015
I had to get creative again. In Belgium we go Easter egg hunting but we don't have the tradition of an Easter parade. When the teacher asked the children to come in their Easter bonnet I had to consult the internet. Last time I spent...
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