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 ...
... early evening, I followed my guide book for the Barrio Santa Cruz tour or the former Jewish quarter. The street are narrow , but after a few twists and turns, I will arrived in a cute looking plaza. I had a nice tapas dinner follow up the fun Flamenco show. The lady dancing the flamenco has amazing rhythm that her shoe taps so fast the music and clapping got even faster. Her feet tapped really fast its amazing to see. What a fun filled ...
... my brother's jumper but they did not get stolen, FEWW.
We had to go to the police station and get the car fixed.
We went to the skate park and there was absolutely no one there, next we went to the palace/government it was massive.
We looked in the water fountain and found a rainbow ...
Well we were supposed to leave at 1130am but there was some thing wrong with the bus battery so this delayed us until 1.00pm leaving Grenada. We had a bit longer to walk around the city and actually had time to buy another small suitcase for all our trinkets that have been collected along the way. Left on time and had a couple of short stops along the way. Just before we got to Seville Jorge pointed out some holes, like caves, in ...
... bullrings in Spain are circular) The ring is higher in the centre than near the stalls to give the bullfighter an advantage - he can sprint downhill to get behind the barricade, while the bull has to come to a stop to avoid crashing into it. As we stood there in the blazing sun, we could see why some of the most expensive seats were the ones located in he shade. The ring also has its own small chapel for the bull fighters to pray before and after the the Corrida, I ...