We did make a quick stop at the hostel, where I took a picture of the cute little patio inside the hostel.
Here is Anna photobombing my picture. I forgot a few photobombing pictures in the Mezquita blog, so they will feature here and in the next blog.
Also at 10PM it was still 90 degrees and almost completely light outside, which was weird.
Well, all of us, except for Anna. She got to hear the horrifying sounds of near elderly intercourse. I think she was scarred for life.
There was a lot of weeping the next morning.
Our hostel recommended it and it was really nice!! And there were only 2 other people there and they left relatively quickly. There were several baths-salty temperate, temperate, freezing cold, hot and this steam room. The steam room had an extreme amount of incense that permeated throughout the room and was a tad suffocating, but other than that, it was wonderful!
We wandered between the baths and had our massages. The massage made me very aware that I hadn't really shaved my legs. But seriously, it was the most relaxing thing of my life.
Adrienne claimed it was the most relaxing thing of her life on facebook, then said "I don't understand why it was so great."
There was a debacle, where our platform number wasn't on the list for a long time, but eventually we got on the train.
Someone who had not previously bought a ticket was sitting in Allison's seat. I promptly smashed my seat into his legs (by accident of course) and he got off soon after.
The seat somehow leaned backwards and forward at the same time and went shooting back unexpectedly.
We arrived safely in Seville.