A Hot Town Cools Off in Style

There's a t-shirt sold in Seville that reads boldly Joé, Que Caló. Some tourists think the shirt has to do with a guy named Joe. No. Joé, Que Caló is Andalucian slang meaning that the weather is, ah, copulatingly hot.

If summer in Seville can be unbearable, autumn is a treat. Right now is the perfect time to do the two things for which this southern city is a mecca: patear and tapear. These are also slang verbs, the former meaning to kick around on foot,

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