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Sandals for Spain??

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I am wondering if wearing sandals would be appropriate for touring the highlight spots in Madrid, Cordoba, Toledo, Granada, and Seville. We will be visiting in late May to mid-June and the weather will be hot. I don't do shorts but would like to wear capri pants and sandals would look better than any other type of shoe. My sandals are comfortable enough but I've never tried wearing them as a tourist. What do you ladies think?

The clothing/shoe issue is also challenged by the fact that we will be flying from Seville to Dublin, Ireland, where the weather is obviously very different. Long pants and heavier shoes will be needed there. I'm afraid that one carry-on suitcase might not work. Suggestions welcomed!

Thanks!

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