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Andalucia during Semanta Sana

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I'll be traveling next week to with my family (2 adults and kids ages 4 & 6). I have several last-minute questions, that I am hoping someone here has answers to.

We are landing in Madrid on Monday afternoon, and driving to Seville from there. Our hotel in Seville is next to Nervion Plaza. I anticipate that we'll be arriving some time between 6 & 9 pm. I've been looking at the procession schedule for Monday to see if we should anticipate any street closures in the vicinity of the hotel.
Does any one know, how long do streets stay closed after the procession passes?
By the way, I still havn't been able to find a map of procession routes for each day, so if anyone have seen it anywhere on the web, I'd greatly appreciated.

We'll be staying in Seville for 2 days. Will we be able to see any of the attractions in the morning, before the processions begin or is everything closed during Semana Santa?

We'll be leaving Seville on Thursday morning and driving to Nerja with a stop in Ronda.
We probably won't get to Nerja until later in the evening. My concern is that the next day is Good Friday, and I am guessing that most everything is closed. Do restaurants and / or supermarkets stay open on Good Friday?

If anyone has any insight, your help is greatly appreciated,
Inga

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