Sevillaloft Apartamentos De Lujo
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... Capilla Real, (the royal Chapel) for people these days to make their single prayers and it is very quiet here, the last area before we head out into the steamy heat of the morning and find our ride for the next few hours. There is a nice feel outside as the heat has begun to warm the day and we wander across the square and climb aboard the carriage ready for our relaxing 'walking tour’ where, happily, the horse will do the walking! Antonio talks us through the streets of ...
... close to the apartment was not an option at all. Oh!! One mistake I've made (yes only the one) was in making the accom bookings prior to the travel plans being set whereby car was the preferred mode of travel in our southern-Sanish-sojourn. It seems we were about to return into the almost typically chaotic and narrow labyrinth of inner Spanish city living. We detoured straight to the airport and ditched the car without fuss (my concerns about the extra GPS seemed resolved - though I ...
... at a number of options but decided that we’d stay in Cadiz and explore here.
There was not much action in town at 8:00 a.m. considering that most of the shops don’t open until 9:30 or 10:00 a.m. so we purchased tickets for the HOP-ON/HOP-OFF buses that cover most of the tourist attractions. We hung out at stop #7 until our bus showed up and we immediately went up to the second floor for the sake ...
... the foyer and our room. The building backed onto the Plaza Giralda, with a view onto the back of the Reales Alcazares from our balcony. It was on the horse and carriage route, and an easy walk to the Centro District. We woke each morning to the sound of the cathredral bells and horses hooves on cobblestones.
What we didn't realise was that there was a serious problem with the plumbing. While the water went down the drain in ...
Headed next door to the Alcazar palace. Wow! The tile in this building was incredible! The place is completely open - no furniture or artifacts. It felt like walking around a castle in Zelda. The gardens were beautifully manicured with peacocks freely roaming and pecking around. Got lost in the garden labyrinth for a little while and then headed out.
Walked down San Fernando humming the Abba song "it was something in the ...