AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla by Marriott
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... Such a lot of history, a lot of it violent, conquests, religions, the inquisition, trade and also a flowering of culture and engineering. Today, Seville is a centre of innovation for clean energy. We took a side trip to Jerez de la Frontera, home to Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre and the beautiful Andalusian horses. The riders and their incredible steeds put on an immaculate display of precision riding ...
... local guide for the day Pe'pe short for Joseph. He told us a little about the building about how it is the most visited attraction in Seville because it is free and that most of the locals hate it because it is where the government collects the taxes. We got some time to explore the plaza and Mark and I walked around and across the stream and up to the fountain and took some great photos we strategically tried to avoid the gypsy salesman trying to sell fans and ...
... in Santa Cruz, but it is amazing the things you don't know/notice until someone tells you about it. I love walking tours for that.
N went to the Cathedral (third largest in Europe (the world?)), Iglesia del Salvador and Casa de Pilatos in the morning. We went out for some lunch before a siesta and then went on another walking tour. This time to the Triana area where the Gypsies used to live and work. Where the flamenco ...
Ah another day in a city that just keeps giving us wonderful experiences, that unfortunately for our waistline often involves amazing food. Today was no exception as we were hardly a block away and discovered a confectionary that sold the most amazing almond cookies, and every good tourist needs fortification on their long walks. Right? So cookies in hand off we went to explore the district of Triana across the Guadalquiver River to the old Gypsy district, and for a walk ...
... i didn't get their numbers. But it was cool, it kind of hit me. Hey, im in spain! im meeting lots of cool people that are so different from the people i know!
I hope one day i can return to Seville, because i have to say it captured me.
oh, if you're wondering why i switched from saying Seville/Sevilla, Andalucia/Andalusia, its because Sevilla and Andalucia is spanish, and Seville/Andalusia english.
Hope all's well,