Which was awesome. Going at night had the added bonus that it was very pretty and not busy. We hung around for a while before heading to a tapas place a fellow backpacker recommended. Never in a million years would I have wandered in there and I'm thankful that we took Henry's suggestion. The owner ( I presume) gave us a free shot of Orjuo. ( which I think is honey and some sorts of very strong alcohol.) He was very friendly and explained a bit of the tradition of the drink.( in Spanish, so I only caught half) after, Matt and I were faced with trying to find out how-to get from the Tapa's place to the flamenco show.
We did find it, but it was a serious effort. We had missed the dancing portion, but we were there for some singing and guitar which was still very cool. It was in the same location I had gone to Monday, so but in a smaller room and felt more "real" and less touristy.
Typically when I change cities, I've done it in the middle of the day because of the long rides, since Cadiz is only 2 hours away, I decided to stick around in Sevilla and sightsee a bit more to make up for being such a bum for 2 days. Matt and I went to go to the Alcazar, but the lines were quite long so we decided to wander around first.
|narrow street in the Jewish quarter|
|pretty flowers inside|
|view towards the Catedral|
|Really big doors with smaller doors inside.|
After a fairly productive day in the city I ventured to the train station to head to Cadiz. I unfortunately missed the 18:06 train so I am currently stuck waiting for the one at 20:00. But no harm or foul, just a bit extra time to charge my toys and still around looking homeless.