Casa Serendipity Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... moved the silver from the mines to Sevilla, requires some Herculean effort in trying to map and plan. There are currently no maps in print n English and the only guidebook is pretty rough - but with that and a couple of apps (that all give different distances - give or take a few kms) we fudge our way through. The Camino Frances which is the one we did last year is the most popular route with maps and guidebooks galore and a bucket of cafes, bars ...
... and/or only in certain classrooms. Then, it may be so warm that some of the kids open windows (without removing their sweaters--strictly forbidden in my presence!). I thought it was so great that I had this nice light down coat from GoLite, perfect for this kind of climate, but I never dreamed I'd be wearing it constantly, indoors and out, for 3 months straight. One teacher commented to me that she may as well ...
... br> A bit of history: The Royal Alcazar of Seville is the oldest Royal Palace still in use in Europe. Raised over the 1st settlement foundations of Seville, It has its origins during the XI century AD, Since that day until now, every civilization, every culture that has dwelt the Iberian Peninsula used the Royal Alcazar of Seville as capital of its kingdom, thereby leaving eternal memory of its time in the architecture and in the immaterial heritage. Declared ...
... exhibition on Isabelle 1. She was a bit if a nasty character ( I think) who defeated the Arabs, got rid of the Jews and instigated the Spanish Inquisition. But she is now a saint & greatly admired by the Spanish as she & her husband Ferdinand really made Spain a single country. She was also the mother of Katherine of Aragon - Henry 8th wife. That was a bit different from what I expected but the Palace was good. Then it was a long walk back to the ...
... of people live) you can't really invite friends over, so no one has a good place to just hang out. Here, we have an awesome terrace where we hang out in the sun and people are always swinging through. The major downside of living her is that you have to be proactive about speaking Spanish-- in a homestay it's forced on you, but when you live with a bunch of fun Americans it can be easy to hang out and speak English all day. Fortunately, I have ...