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Travel Blogs from Seville
... style house we imagine with the curved windows and then we go past one ...but haven't seen many ...?? Few prickly pears and the big grey cactuses or cacti and big tall fan type palm trees. Jacarandas just starting to flower. Ok ...so not really sure about this city ...mmm not seen anything I like besides the jacaranda trees ...the hotel is on the edge of **** knows and I got the room with the pool view ...hehe ...not fab at all and this is the ...
... and wide enough for them to use. The tower has arabic balconies, brick work and decorations on its exterior and is very lovely. The catholics bulit the bell tower on top to make it even taller!
There is a most lovely Alcazar here to, housed within the Royal Palace where the family still reside. It's arabic period has been almost covered up but Pedro I built a fantasic Mudejar palace which matches the Granada's Alhambra Palace in elegance, ...
... windows and doors, we made our way out to the gardens.
Before delving into all the nooks and crannies of the gardens, we decided to stop at the café just inside the gardens for a spot of tea and a reprieve from all the sightseeing. If you’ve ever toured through a place, you’d know that after a certain amount of time passes, there is a glaze that settles over one’s eyes and no more stimuli can be registered. It was a welcomed moment of respite. We ...
... a nagging concern this little issue hasn't finished yet) and engaged a taxi into the streets of Seville.
This looks an amazing place with a typically Spanish mix of old and new jumbled into a chaotic mix of colour and passion. We found the hosts son Juan Jr who showed us into the second floor apartment less than a two minute walk to the staggering Cathedral and above a myriad of small roads and laneways generating a ...
... be a flamenco dancer as he is practicing his moves in time to show you all on his return!!
The great thing was that when we came out of the show and went to have dinner at 9.45pm, it was still very hot and daylight!!! It was a lovely atmosphere.
Tomorrow is the Hop on Hop off bus with lots to see I am sure - it is going to be another scorcher of a day....bought lots more sunscreen today!