de la Flores, Córdoba
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than two hours by car from Seville, Córdoba offers such
sites as a Roman bridge, the famous Mezquita, and
of course la Calle de las Flores.
of these are still works in progress, but I'd rather
show what I've been doing in raw form than keep it idling
here while I drive myself crazy getting it ready for
you'll find some useful information
about Seville. Some of my general
observations have been put together to help you
understand some of the quirks and differences of life
on the Euro (€), kilos, commas and decimals should
come in handy as well.
also included sections on transportation,
shopping and nightlife
(la marcha), as well as where to buy food
when you're sick of eating out.
know I can't cover it all when it comes to Seville,
and with this collection of recommended
books and some helpful links
I hope to assist those of you looking for more information
on some specific topics.
frequent many bars and restaurants here in Seville hoping
to find a few surprises, hidden in the back alleys.
There are a few listed here
that you'll find in guidebooks - they are quite good
after all - but many you won't.
are places where actual Spaniards eat, so don't expect
a lot of English when you go.
for a few marked with "$$" these are affordable.
I don't make any money with this page, so my dining
out is generally on a realistic budget, not a guide
dish listed is a recommendation, and I have tried
every one of them. I don't weigh 300 lbs. yet, but
I'm working on it.
not taking any advertising money (yet) so these are
all fairly impartial.
you will find several reviews of restaurants and tapas
bars in Seville. This list will continue to grow
as my stomach does.