-Relaxing by the river
(Seville's mild winters made this possible)
-Living in a place SO historic
(a history that dates back to Roman times)
-Speaking Spanish ALL THE TIME
-Mastering the often hard to understand Andalusian accent
-Seeing the stunning Sevillana skyline
(the Giralda and Catedral are two of the prettiest buildings I've ever seen)
(This was a food place that sold 100 [cien] types of little tapas style sandwiches [montaditos]. The food was good but even more importantly it was cheap. And for a touch of homesick nostalgia, it had one with queso de filadelfia-Philadelphia cream cheese)
-Drinking sangria in a place where it's not overly fruity like chain spots Applebees and Olive Garden tend to make it. Not to mention people in the United States thinking "that" sangria is authentic
-Dealing with the
-Living in a place where centuries old folk dancing is still cool (i.e. sevillanas and flamenco)
-Living in Seville. Period.
Have you ever been to Seville? If so what were your thoughts and experiences of it?