Airesevilla Guest House
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... both a cheerful and a gritty atmosphere at the same time, with people relaxing and interacting in the main plaza. But this is still San Juan, so I’ve got to continue on up the road a little ways to my next suburb. As soon as I reach it, I take a generic little video clip before darkness sets in completely… Now I can relax and take my time explore the town. This suburb is more middle/upper class with rows of identical villas and tree lined boulevards. Up ...
... or MH Aires nearby, so that will another place for another time. As we passed cadiz I missed the flamingoes -again!
We noticed a big change in the landscape once we left the Costa de ...
... hour before the show started and still had to practically run through the streets to make it there in time. The show was very interesting. It combined dancing, singing and playing. Although I didn't love it, it was definitely very interesting and still cool to experience. It was amazing how fast the dancers moved their feet. After the show we were free to do as we wanted for the night and just had to meet in the morning at 9. We decided we didn't want to be too tired ...
... majestic, soothing, relaxing, serene Hammam's (Turkish Bath). As a little treat to ourselves we decided to enjoy the 1 1/2hrs of Arabic water therapy which included 36 deg, 40 deg and 16deg baths, along with a saltwater pool, hydro massage spa and steam room. We have never felt so relaxed and our skin so smooth in all our lives. Couldn't help but day dream about building a new Turkish Bath at Mt Wilson when we win lotto...oh, but back to ...
... the detail is indescribable on the chapels,doors, choir, roofs and altars and the columns are as tall as 37 metres - again bloody huge!! Christopher Columbus' tomb is also housed in the chapel, and the view from the Giralda bell tower across the city is superb. We walked up the 37 odd ramps to the top and it was well worth it. Crowning the bell tower is a bronze weathervane figure symbolising faith. I also loved the orange tree courtyard. Orange trees are all over the city, and ...
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