After an overnight bus ride from Lisbon, we arrived to a very chilly morning in Sevilla Spain. It was dark out still, and we didn’t really know where we were going, so we just sat in the quiet bus station for a while. We had some time to kill before we checked into our apartment.
In hindsight, it was kind of unreal how cold it was that morning. It completely change thereafter and was sunny and 25-30 degrees every single day.
Seville (as it is known in English) is a great city. Not too big, not to small. Very lively at night time, lots of good spirit. A decent introduction to tapas, and of course Spanish red wine which we quite like.
We went for a nice walk after dinner through the Jardines de Murillo. The park has plenty of these green parrots and palm trees everywhere.
I have come to learn in life that I feel at home where palm trees exist.
This bright red and yellow cathedral was discovered when lost wandering around the narrow streets of Sevilla.
Below is the Alameda de Hércules where we hung out and found some very tasty tapas.