Our 20-minute walk to the train station in Sevilla was interrupted by a huge mortadella roll.
With our tickets printed we headed toward the train only to have our tickets checked twice and our baggage x-rayed similar to the process of getting on an airplane, just quicker.
The train with its big long nose started to move forward with little of that motion transferred to the interior. This thing was smooth and quiet even at 253 kilometers per hour.
This palace and especially the gardens are a must. Just take a look at the photos to see what I mean.
We tapas and a half liter of wine at Bodegas Mezquita followed by a walk toward the Roman temple.
On the way to the Roman temple, we happened upon this amazing home with lots of patios, historic importance, and beautiful furnishings.
These remains of a Roman temple were discovered in the 1950s during the expansion of City Hall.