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ray winstone 5:30 Mon Dec 10
Seville
Here now, 3rd day out of 4, don’t want to leave, what a fantastic city. 🇪🇸

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daveyg 3:17 Wed Dec 12
Re: Seville
I thought this was another thread about Jimmy......phew.

simon.s 2:44 Wed Dec 12
Re: Seville
I went in October and it was hot.

Did a tour of the bull ring, which was actually quite interesting. Would actually like to see a fight over there one day, although I’ll probably get called a cunt for that. Possibly by Claret Badger.

Chigwell 1:53 Wed Dec 12
Re: Seville
Cordoba (well the centre anyway) is even nicer than Seville. By the way have you worked out what NO8DO is? You see it everywhere in Seville.

Thanks Alan 12:48 Wed Dec 12
Re: Seville
arsene york-hunt 6:11 Wed Dec 12

Appropriate for WHO!

Thanks Alan 12:45 Wed Dec 12
Re: Seville
Oh dear...

IsaacHock 12:38 Wed Dec 12
Re: Seville
"Is it warm enough to wander around in shorts and a T-shirt?"

No, you'll need a quilted jacket - A Barbour in Seville.

arsene york-hunt 6:11 Wed Dec 12
Re: Seville
Pres des remparts de Seville,
Chez mon ami, Lillas Pastia
J'irai danser la Seguedille
Et boire du Manzanilla.

overbyyer 10:31 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
Lertie Button wrote...

Re: Seville
Full of peroxide nonces, you've been warned






Are you talking about Seville, or your libido?

Lertie Button 9:25 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
Full of peroxide nonces, you've been warned

costahammer 11:56 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
Often pop up to seville for the weekend!!..it´s a lovely city!!...theres a good zoo about 15 mins out of the city if you have kids.... or not!!

http://www.mundopark.es/en/

LeroysBoots 11:22 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
I remember a few tears back I was watching La Liga on SKY in January

Sevilla were at home

I vividly recall the fans were in t shirts, so i checked the weather online

Apparently it has a bit of a micro climate and temps of low 20s in the winter are pretty common

AnotherDay_SameShit 11:19 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
Great place, but would agree with post the earlier that Granada is even better.

Alfs 12:59 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
Is it 'cheap' Spain or 'expensive' Spain.

I did a City break to Berlin in November. Really enjoyed it and looking to do a few more.

DaveT 12:28 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
Ray,
Also recommend Cordoba. And Cadiz

JLAP 12:27 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
JIMMY..

ray winstone 12:15 Tue Dec 11
Re: Seville
Overbyyer wrote...


Is it warm enough to wander around in shorts and a T-shirt?




It’s been 22oC for the past 3 days but chilly in the evening.

Lily Hammer 10:25 Mon Dec 10
Re: Seville
ooooh Morley Morley 6:25 Mon Dec 10

Ha ha ha ha!

J.Riddle 8:55 Mon Dec 10
Re: Seville
Excellent naranjas, I recommend some 'Bitter Orange Tart' courtesy of Nigella Lawson.

overbyyer 8:47 Mon Dec 10
Re: Seville
ray winstone wrote...

Seville
Here now, 3rd day out of 4, don’t want to leave, what a fantastic city.


Is it warm enough to wander around in shorts and a T-shirt?

Desperate for some winter sun so looking for options.

Darlo Debs 7:19 Mon Dec 10
Re: Seville
The main dance they do is the Sevillana (a localised form.if flamenco)

A festival.originates from there every year and goes tgrough southern Spain. On the Sunday you can buy a little cup and get given free wine from all the food and drink stalls. My sister got plastered on free Rioja when we were last at this festival when t got to.La Linea

Britannia Pub 7:16 Mon Dec 10
Re: Seville
Might be a bit late now but jump on a train to Córdoba for the day if you get the chance.

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