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Four Days in Seville

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We'll be in Seville late May arriving on a Thursday, departing on a Monday. I know a lot of things are closed on Sunday, so I have to figure that in. Also, I know some museums might be closed on Monday, need to look into that. Also, on Thursday, we'll be driving from Cordoba, so we COULD take a little detour and go to Ronda, and arrive a little later in Seville.

So we'll have later in the day Thursday, Fri-Sun all day, and Monday take the train to Madrid. So Seville experts, any suggestions on what to do when? We don't have to see everything, we like to just sit and people watch too. And eat, of course!

Thanks in advance,
Alice

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