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  1. Seville

    Posted Dec 13th 2006, 12:00am by Tim Pile

    ... the compact warren of streets in central Seville. Paseando Por Sevilla offers themed walking tours lasting about three hours. Learn about 17th-century Seville on the Baroque Walking Tour or join ... from which a muezzin called the faithful to prayer. The tower offers the best vantage point for appreciating the scale of the cathedral and vistas of shimmering Seville. Admission is Euro7 ...

  2. Calle Sierpes, Seville

    Posted Jul 15th 2007, 12:00am by Michael Mackey

    ... Michael Mackey Seville's main shopping zone comprises plazas Nueva, Magdalena, Encarnacion and San Francisco, with Calle Sierpes at its heart. The narrow, pedest-rianised street ... souvenirs can be found at Zadi (No 48), Diaz (No 69) and Dizal (No 75). Ceramics are traditionally associated with Seville and small brightly coloured tiles costing about Euro1.50 each make ...

  3. In a jam

    Posted Feb 13th 2011, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung The first (and so far, only) time I saw fresh Seville oranges was at a market in France, when I was surprised by the price- the vendor was charging one euro (HK$10.50) ... because most commercially grown oranges are coated with wax to make them shinier. But they felt different- the Seville orange is lighter than sweet oranges because it is less juicy and it's ...

  4. Stamping ground

    Posted Apr 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Tim Pile It's not an expression you hear often, but there are clouds on the horizon in southern Andalusia. A tourist poster come to life, Seville is famed for its searing sunshine, ... merited its World Heritage status, it's Seville. At least it did, until work on the Pelli Tower began. According to Unesco, the 40-storey skyscraper currently under construction ...

  5. Juicy fruit

    Posted Jan 24th 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... I haven't seen Seville oranges- the tart, seedy, thick-skinned variety used to make bitter marmalade- in Hong Kong. As with other types of citrus, look for oranges that feel heavy for their size- ...



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