Hostal el Giraldillo
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... been deliberately designed to get an outsider lost and going in circles)... so I miss the bus. No worries. I really should take my time exploring the city. So, as dusk sets, I head back inside, following the different alleys that encircle the hilltop city at different altitudes, soaking in the various surprises... an ancient market square hidden away... an alley suddenly leading to a beautiful panoramic view... a cozy little chapel... Coming across a plaza ...
... deeds through tapestries, ceramics, and the gardens which are divided by water features, rose gardens, and wooded areas. Last night we experienced Flamenco. An intimate space with an audience of 40. Our seats were in the second row. Definitely felt the rhythm vibrate through us. Today we braved the crowds at the cathedral. I have seen a great many recently and didn't especially want to ...
... as was the old cemetery. Afterwards we had lunch at a classic restaurant (soccer team trophies and old photos with fisherman on the beach) filled with locals eating their big meal. We ordered items priced like tapas that turned out to be entrees and stuffed ourselves before sending back half eaten portions. Steve had one of his favorite things to eat on the trip so far, a simple bowl of white beans served in their own broth. This was ...
... to meet my Explore tour group at the Seville Airport to head to the Sierra
Aracena for a week of hiking and rural culture. In all my travels I can
identify certain weeks that are usually centered around a physical activity
like trekking or biking or a specific cultural experience that really stand out
as especially formative and memorable. I think Holy Week 2015 in Seville will
be one of those in my long term memory of my travels.
... on goods from offshore.
Christopher Columbus ended up after being largely discredited by the establishment. this was surprising new information for us. He is probably one of many that had a vision and went off and explored where others would not. Columbus Is now buried in the Seville Cathedral.
The Cathedral is the third largest after ST Peters in Rome, St Pauls in London. Its history is actually that it was ...