Casa Serendipity Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... him at pool-- 3 out of 3 times. We shared a few beers. Took a bus back to the hotel. Relaxed until it was time to go see the flamenco dancer show, where we enjoyed tapas and wine - I finally remembered to save the cork. :-) . Very interesting flamenco dancing, dramatic!!! Returned to room, watched a little CNN, played a few games of rummy then to ...
... dance show. Flamenco is a traditional Spanish type of dance, and Seville is especially known for it. You can quite literally see the passion these dancers have in their faces, and the man dancer almost kicked a few audience members in the front row with his high kicks and flying feet. After a cathedral visit, some panoramic views at the top of a building, and some ...
... are literally hundreds of years old (and weigh thousands of pounds), and laden with gold and silver. I believe they are both referred to as "pasos", but don't hold me to that. It's hard to describe them--"float" seems way too small a word, but they are something analogous, as they are paraded through the streets during Semana Santa, born on the necks of "costaleros", people who must train all year to perform the task. I guess that strikes me as ...
... arrive 5 mins apart and no way of knowing if it was right until you can check the arrivals board. Well....... It worked! I collected my pack and was walking to the carousel Hedley's pack was coming on and in he walks. Woohoo! No horror airport stories.
Sevilla! Yay! Starting point in two days for VDLP. Two days to explore this beautiful old city. La Giralda, the biggest Gothic cathedral in Spain, is right outside - I lay on ...
... Arab rule in Andalusia, which fell in 1492--the other 1492, but closely related of course!!), and all of us spent Christmas day in Cordoba and there saw the Mesquita, which is an odd combination of a former Mosque and a current Cathedral. Prior to going to Cordoba we attended midnight mass at the Sevilla Cathedral. ...