Seville at 110 degrees

Whew it is hot here! And incredibly dry: the hotel keeps lots of containers around full of water, just to humidify the place. I feel like I’m drinking liters and liters of water and still getting roasted. We had breakfast on the rooftop, which was blazing at 9 am, but still lovely and not quite so hot. Then we toured the city on foot with Tracey’s friend/guide Concepcion, who was excellent. Here are some more photos:

A typical square in Seville: notice the sidewalk cafe, the palm tree, and the cobblestone streets (narrow).

Don't you wish we could all ride around on motorcycle/scooters?

A hidden square in the Santa Cruz area of Seville. Orange trees (with oranges on them!) and tiled benches to sit on.

At the end of a really nice dinner (those are the waiters!)

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