Leaving the house at the record-breaking time of 1pm, we headed directly for the Archivo General de Indias to behold some historical documents. The Archivo is housed in the 16th-century Seville merchants' exchange and contains archives of Spanish history in the Americas and the Philippines. Entry was free, however it turned out that every room was closed to the public except for a temporary exhibition of photographs from Guatemala. They were interesting, but not what we were hoping for so we left with moderate disappointment.
As it still hadn't been terribly long since we had a breakfast of doughnuts dipped in hot chocolate, we forewent the helado and returned to our AirBNB where we had a relaxing rest of the day.
Today's post was almost called: Sevillian Frutas in my Tehcup