Snapshots from Spain - Sevilla

I'm just back from a week and a half in Spain. I spent my time in Andalucia. A week in Sevilla, a day in Ronda, three more in Granada, closing with an evening in Madrid. It's a beautiful region. Here are a few shots from Sevilla, where the streets are lined with orange trees, the kids are adorable, and, best of all, you can afford to eat and stay with ease. Hover over the photos to read the caption.

Orange trees line the streets of Sevilla, but don't try to eat them or you'll get an unpleasant surprise. They're bitter, used for British marmalade.
Lovely courtyards are hidden everywhere in Sevilla.
Sunset in the streets of Sevilla.
Sunset in Sevilla.
Don't miss the beautiful Plaza de España in Sevilla.
Taking a carriage ride at Sevilla's Plaza de España.
Gorgeous ceramic tiles, or azulejos, at the Plaza de España in Sevilla.
Morning bells at a church near my hotel in Sevilla.
Policia in Sevilla ready to make a move once they receive the location of protests.
The owner of Las Teresas carefully slices his delicious Jamon Iberico de Bellota.
A couple gets romantic at the top of Las Setas in Sevilla.

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