AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla by Marriott
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... around the maze of streets and getting familiar with what is. We discover that lots of small shops are closed until about 4:30-5:00pm but cafés are plentiful and open all day. In the evening we dine at Vineria San Temlo, a Rick Steve's' recommendation. It features many interesting tapas, such as broccoli couscous, stacked eggplant, tomato and goat cheese and salmon quiche. We were pleased with the ...
... at Plaza de Espana and Plaza de Las
Americas. The archaeological museum is the better of them and mostly houses
artefacts from the Roman era in Spain, mostly from Italica, the Roman era city
a few miles outside of Seville that was the largest Roman settlement in Spain and
the birthplace of emperors Hadrian and Trajan. Also fairly interesting was the
Archivo de las Indias, a combined repository of all documents relating to Spain’s
conquests and activities in the ...
... within the gardens and admire why this place was chosen as Dawn on the Game of Thrones. We then learned of a bush labyrinth in the gardens and after finding a map we bee lined straight to it! Unfortunately the maze was closed and I was very disappointed. Instead we continued round the gardens and found one called the English garden which just so happened to include a small terrace with a table and chairs for tea time. Around the corner was another fountain which I ...
... leads the procession followed by another float depicting a biblical scene assigned to each brotherhood. Each of these floats weighs over 1.5 tons and is carried by alternating shifts of male brotherhood members who lift with their shoulders and necks. We were very fortunate to be able to witness a procession of a single brotherhood during this evening. We didn't expect to witness the spectacle of Holy Week during late October. We heard church ...
... The flamenco is kind of a mix of tap dancing and wild arm throwing (I’m over-simplifying this I know…) but it goes very well with the clapping and the singing! The mojito and sangria goes down well and we’re heading back home again. Laura makes us some dinner of conserved fish, pimientos and cheese and then we’re asleep again.
10AM wake up… this is more like it! While Laura is in the shower, I head up to a local coffee shop and ...