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Travel Photographer of the Year 2020
Travel portfolio single images – special mention | Jonathan Stokes, UK

Bar Las Teresas, Seville, Spain. ‘Three men sit at a small table in animated conversation, among a cluttered interior of old posters and paintings, plates and baskets for food, and a row of hanging cured jamón meat above the counter.’

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Bommom

Nah! If I ever entertain 400 people, it'll be bean-hole beans.

Bill_I_Am

Ever the optimist, Ron. 😃

McClock

The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain......or, as is the case currently, not at all!

Bill_I_Am

Gayle, are you planning to entertain 400 people? If that's the case, I'll take a rain check.

Bommom

Actually, it's not a bad price as long as one ham serves 400 people. :-)

McClock

Yeh, it can be expensive depending on the age and quality but, for our purposes, we can get the economy version and it will still taste good!

Bill_I_Am

Yikes! No wonder those hanging in the bar are not selling like hotcakes. But wait, Ron is a financial wizard. He can figure out something.

dhi

Sounds like you better take some virtual currency with Bommom.

Bommom

Hahahahaha! I wonder if you can get a mortgage to buy a ham.

https://alabarderotienda.com/shop-alabardero/food/ham/jamon-iberico-5-jotas/?

Bommom

Seville, it is! I'm packing my bags. ;-)

Bill_I_Am

You're welcome, Gayle. Let's meet Ron in Seville!

McClock

Had some yesterday in a bar in Loule, Algarve - not the best. We'll have to go to Seville!

Bommom

This tavern looks like it would be a neat place to visit. I'd want to buy a ham to take along. I just wouldn't want to be the one who has to clean all those pictures, frames, and posters. Thanks for this great puzzle!

Coppelia7

Sounds like a plan!😎

Bill_I_Am

I shall ask Ron, who is just next door in Portugal, to pick it up.

Coppelia7

I think the jamón will perfect for our pique-nique, Bill! Will you be going to Spain to pick it up?
(I love places like this! The ambiance is always so amazing)

Bill_I_Am

You're most welcome, Pepperpot, and I appreciate your kind words! 🙏

Bill_I_Am

Thanks for your testimonial, Ron. Also being one, I think your occasional taste arrangement with Jens is wise.

Bill_I_Am

I'm glad you enjoyed this photo as much as I did, Marilee!

Thank you, Bill, for posting puzzles that often inform, offer insight, inspire thought,
and widen horizons!

McClock

I think I've mentioned before, Bill, that I live around 2 hours drive from Seville. But the Spanish border is only 40 minutes away and I can pick up this fantastic cured ham if I want to. It does keep for a long time but, being only 1, I rely on my landlady's partner Jens, who adores it, to let me have a taste every now and again! My little dog - see left - probably gets more than me! I endorse Pepperpot, Seville is a wonderful place to visit.

Tincup

What a golden atmosphere! With posters, prints, and paintings decorating every wall, table to ceiling. And from the ceiling salted ham to feed a city. And at the table, earnest conversation. No space unfilled.

Bill_I_Am

How fun! I've never been to Spain, so I thank you for sharing your delightful experiences with us, Pepperpot!

Seville is one of my favorite cities of the world. I may have frequented this very traditional taverna, or similar ones with the famous Iberian hams hanging from the ceiling. My go- to taverna is on the Guadalquivir River by the Torre de Oro, where the Spanish conquistadores delivered their gold purloined from the Americas. Every night a group of troubadours dressed in medieval costume comes swooping into the tavernas, playing lutes, serenading likely looking tables, and then swooping back out to the next taverna. I learned that they are a society of students from the University of Seville, continuing this remarkable practice begun in the 15th Century to help pay their tuition.

Bill_I_Am

Good morning, ladies. This is my favorite photo of the series. That's why I saved it for last. I also think it would be fascinating to experience it in person. Here is the bar's website. Don't click on anything; just wait and the large photo at the top cycle through a slideshow of interior and exterior photos.

http://www.lasteresas.es/

Isaly2

Great photo of this Bar Las Teresas. I would love to see the inside of this place in person....

dhi

Good morninfg, Bill, this is quite interesting.

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