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Sevilla/Cadiz... current good bars, restaurants for solo person

erica | Dec 28, 201806:00 AM     22

I am on the fence about a visit to Sevilla and Cadiz this winter. I have been to Seville a few times before and am familiar with the places that were tops about 4 years ago. anything new I need to know about? Azotea still good? PuraTasca? Eslava? Those were the places we liked last time. I am going solo this time so am probably best off in the bars, not sit down formal places although Az-Zait sounds good. I speak very good Spanish and have no problem going alone to a restaurant if the food merits. Do not care much about atmosphere.

I've not been to Cadiz. Any tips for that city? Not interested in the Michelin 3 star.
Very interested in going to Barbate but not sure how to get there on my own except by taxi which I might do. (El Campero). Thinking I should do the bar there, not the formal sit down. I'm not even a tuna fanatic but this place has piqued my interest for years and years.

What else to know? Booked a centrally located hotel (Not in Sta Cruz) in Sevilla; Hotel Mercer. Booked Parador in Cadiz. Love ortiguillas, remember those from Sanlucar and would love to get back to Casa Bigote but how to manage all this travel unless I rent a car solo which I have never done.

Mil gracias to any and all who comments here!!

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