Casa Serendipity Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the internet to see how close I am to having explored all the major towns of Sevilla provice. I discover, much to my chagrin, that just a few hundred meters beyond Mairena del Alcor, which I had just visited, was another sizeable city! I had actually seen it--but just assumed it was another neighborhood of Mairena. Deep down I know I have to go back there--or it's just going to eat away at me--the feeling of having left something unfinished. So once ...
... overwhelming and it is a clash of different styles of architecture. The Mosque itself underwent several extensions under different rulers. After the Christians conquered the Moors they built a cathedral right in the middle of the massive prayer area in the Mosque, to stamp the might of Christianity over Islam. I personally prefer the Islamic parts of the structure, as I found the Christian/Catholic sections a bit OTT. Our guide Carmen provided us with so much interesting ...
My final week in Spain was spent in the region of Andalusia, and to introduce you to the region I have a quote from lonely planet “Images of Andalucía are so potent, so quintessentially Spanish that it’s sometimes difficult not to feel a sense of déjà vu.” I don't know if I felt a sense of déjà vu but I certainly could agree that Andalusia encompassed to my mind what you would expect of Spain, so much more so than the major ...
... the landscape. Magenta bougainvillea draped over walls just as I imagined Andalusia. The ride was about 30 minutes. We were surprised that the bus dropped everyone off at the ferry port in Algeciras. He told us "only 5 minute walk to bus station", as he pointed to town. It turned out to be more like 25 minutes walking. I felt for a young German couple struggling with 2 toddlers in addition ...
The day started with a tour around the city and we saw lots of historical monuments and buildings along with some amazing parks and gardens. The tour finished up with a boat trip from the Old Salt Wharf which took us along the River Guadalquivir. We then visited the Seville Cathedral & Giralda (bell tower). We were not able to use the flash inside - so don't have many photos as it was very dark. The cathedral in Seville is the most extensive gothic cathedral in ...