Sevillaloft Apartamentos De Lujo
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After our little trip away, we decided that today would be a chill day. To start we booked ourselves in to Aire de Seville, and just loved it!! On Calle Aire, there's a 16th century mansion, which is a bit of a makeover of the ancient tradition of Banos Arabs, or an Arab bathhouse. We arrived at 10am, and were greeted by the staff, of whom only 1 spoke a little English. From there, we were guided, with several other couples, to some change rooms, ...
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... hot, I have been in colder saunas! When I turned in for the night I left the window open to let in the breeze. The centre of Casablanca is busy, all night. The sound of traffic and horns filled my room all night. I didn’t really sleep just dozed on and off. I decided to get an early start the next day and get into Spain. I got up, showered and was shocked to see the amount of bites I had, My legs were pretty much covered. I set off for Tangier ...
... sights here really add up. Tramped for over eight hours today including climbing the 34 flights up to the top of the bell tower of Sevilla Catedral. See, I can speak Spanish in just two days haha. Swore I would do no more climbing but the views of Seville were amazing. Also visited Alcazar, a huge major site with acres of formal gardens. Lonely Planet advises to not combine these two iconic attractions in the one day, presumably ...
... in Spain at a small, out of the way village called El Rocio. We are now only about 80km from the Portugese border. The campsite is wonderful, little hedge lined pitches, very open and spacious, lovely and clean, very friendly staff. 10/10 for "La Aldea". We wandered into El Rocio this afternoon. It's a very unusual place - all the streets are sand, there are hitching rails for horses everywhere, there are horses everywhere!
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