Casa Serendipity Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Benigembla
... of Sevilla’s poorly planned projects: a huge business park area that is mostly just trash strewn fields full of weeds with a scattering of random stores-- an annoying stretch of road with no shade whatsoever. Finally I make it to Tomares which means a long uphill climb, which I don’t mind, as long as there’s shade and I feel like I’m discovering a new town. Tomares has an older feel, with the typical two storey flat faced houses snuggled ...
... paying for the first time!!
To make up for that we went over to Calle Tetuan, to Blanco Corrillo. We couldn't get a seat, just a spot at the bar. Similar to Los Diamontes in Granada, these guys take your order, write how much you owe in chalk, on the counter in front of you, and hand your food over everyone's head!! We had fried anchovies, fish pieces, calamari, and anchovies in vinagrette, 3 beers, and the bill was 9.6E!! We'd ...
... In short it was sort of like walking through a Harry Potter museum without having seen or read any of it. The rest was some actual nice paintings of Seville, toreadors, views of the city and portraits of its people. Those were pretty nice. The tea girl recommended me to walk along the riverside and the neighborhood next to it so I did. The riverside was indeed rustic and quaint. Some little towers sticking out and one massive skyscraper in the distance make the ...
... Alcazar. It was a warm and sunny afternoon so we needed to have a bit of a siesta and recharge the batteries before heading out again. Following a siesta, shower and refresh we headed out for our last evening in Seville. We wandered the winding streets of Santa Cruz and did a spot of shopping before having dinner at a lovely restaurant close to our hotel. We shared some tapas plates - beetroot dip with cured tuna and a dusting of cheese, marinated fried ...
... back to the other side of the river into the old town again. We passed the cathedral and payed to get into the Alcazar which is big and with beautiful gardens. It took us about an hour and a half to see everything and than we walked out direction Marco's apartment where we arrived at 5 as we had said. Great to see him after such a long time. The last time we saw him was in Liege where we watched Italy - Portugal for the World Cup. The Angel (2) and Julia (3) were ...