Charlie and Wynette: With three people, airbnb works great. Ours had five little balconies. Above is a view from one of them. Old church across the street and old theater next to that. We were on the third floor (no elevator).
Here is link on airbnb. (You can read there that we were on the second floor but floor 2 in Europe is floor 3 in US. In Europe the ground floor is numbered 0.)
Below is Charlie at the table in the living/dining room with the pretty blue curtains.
Charlie: Cadiz has a nice central market, open every day. The fresh fish selection was amazing.
Wynette: This is for my mom. I remember her telling me that when I was a little girl I’d play grocery store in the kitchen using the food in the lower cabinets as the merchandise. She was the customer who’d come in to buy and I’d call her “Mrs. Lady.” (Mom, did I remember the story right?)
Depending on when you do the conversion.
Flamenco at Casa de Memoria
Charlie and Wynette: Sevilla is the birthplace of Flamenco. We have gone to two shows so far. You can’t take photos during the show but they reserve a few minutes at the end where photos are allowed. Both shows we’ve attended have had four performers: a guitarist, a singer, and two dancers.
Flamenco at La Casa de Flamenco. (Wish we could have taken photos when she was wearing the colorful dress with long heavy ruffled train.)
Poster showing the performers
Charlie: Bomberos are firemen who need access.
Charlie, Pat, and Wynette on Segways in Plaza de Espana
Charlie and Wynette: We took a segway tour in DC and loved it so we wanted to take one in Sevilla. It was great. We went through some narrow lanes in the Jewish Quarter that were barely wider than the Segways.
You look pretty dorky riding a Segway and to make it worse, we had to wear these little hair covers so we wouldn’t get the helmets dirty. We’re not saying this to complain. Just to explain the dorky hair covers in case you noticed them.
Below is photo of our exuberant guide Maria (on right) and the other person on our tour (from Australia), Allison. Maria was a lot of fun — her personality reminded us of Wynette’s niece Libby.
Allison and Maria. This was taken at the Plaza de Espana which we will probably talk about later.
Charlie: I was walking in Cadiz near subset and saw this cruise ship leaving the harbor. Cadiz seems to be a stop for many cruise ships.
Here is the video, it is moving slowly: