Good morning, Sevilla! Our second day there, we started the day with strong coffee and fried anchovies. And it was delicious.
After breakfast, we headed to the Alcazar palace, which I highly recommend you visit if you are going to Sevilla. It was one of our very favorite sights.
It’s so beautiful. A popular place for wedding photos.
We ran into a number of couples having their wedding pictures taken.
The architecture at Alcazar is incredible.
Fabulous details everywhere you look.
Which is why I took so many pictures.
I could not stop myself.
Seth loved it, too.
We felt invigorated and inspired.
(And ready to take on more tapas.)
It was awesome to watch this peacock react to a lowly duck. He did the full show of feathers.
After all that excitement, we were ready for lunch. Ice cream!
(Well, Seth had paella; I had ice cream.)
Turrón ice cream — a classic in Spain, not to be missed! And a chilled glass of Sherry.
Then it was time for a siesta.
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