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... in Seville. The numerous rooms, patios and halls vary in architectural styles from the Islamic to Neoclassical. The beautiful gardens and fountains are especially worth visiting. By the time we finish the tour, the temperature has climbed once again. After a quick lunch at a café close to the hotel, we head to the cool of our room for a siesta. Once refreshed, we cross the square by the cathedral and get to ...
... as it turned out we missed the train by less than 5 minutes.
Plan B…. walk across the road and check out the buses. Geoff’s second least favourite mode of transport …unless he is driving of course. We made the bus by 5 minutes and as it was quicker than the train so we didn’t lose any time. It took an hour and 40 minutes by bus as it was 2 hours by train. Geoff bought what ...
... the Main Street walked back to the river and sat and had a glass of wine watching the activity on the river. Lots of canoeists and the big tour boats. Walked back to the cathedral and had dinner in a cafe near our hotel . Finally worked out how to get to our hotel through the maze of the old town streets. Lovely sitting outside having dinner. Michael had his first ...
... colours of the region offset with the blue tiles and white washed walls, but in some disrepair unfortunately. Across another tiny garden out of the heat, across the road and into the old tower. This tower was named after the taxes it reaped off the boats that came to the city from the coast some 50 miles away. The Rio Guadalquivir (river) is large enough to support the sailing ships of days gone by, and ships from the New World would stop here as their first port of call, and be ...
... it the 4th largest city in Spain. We saw ,any of the great sites including the Cathedral, La Giralda, Alcazar, Torre de Oro and more. On our second night in the city we attended a Flamenco Show. Really enjoyed the evening! The place was packed and the dances and music excellent. After two nights in Sevilla, we boarded the bus fir a five hour journey to Lagos, ...