AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla by Marriott
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... I’ve made the full loop back to Tomares, I’m going to try to cram in just a few more suburbs. I head south through a snarl of freeway loops to try to figure out how to get to San Juan Azalfarache. There’s this enormous cathedral that caught my eye this morning while I was still in Sevilla that I have to check out. It’s actually more than a cathedral, it’s a beautiful clifftop monastary overlooking the Sevilla valley. I reach it from ...
... This was one of my favourite nights during our travels. It was supremely relaxing and somewhat of a giggle fest because Kayla and I felt like the drummer was what one of our friends will become in the next 30 years. His smile, his slight head bobs to the music, his long limbs and reserved yet confident demeanor were TRIPPIN. ME. OUT. He was sooo similar to our friend.
... by young kids coming down as we were climbing up.
We topped off a busy day with a 1 hour flamenco concert in Casa de la Flamenco. It was intimate and you could really feel the passion associated with the dance.
Saturday was our last full day in Sevilla, so we decided to explore the other side of the river. This was Triana, well known for its history of ceramic tile manufacture. We visited one ...
... heaven. The Alcazar has been occupied by every civilisation and culture that has ruled the Iberian Peninsula kingdom and is the oldest Royal Palace still in use in Europe. It has been reconstructed and expanded many times since the 11th century Almohad Muslim rulers first built it with touches by the subsequent Christian royalties including Fernando III, Alfonso X, Pedro I, Alfonso XI, Queen Isabel II and Carlos I. One would think that a ...
... return, his best friend is diagnosed with cancer. Three months later, he died. Josť tells me that when he was on his death bed, the only thing he talked about were his good times during their travels. Not once did he speak about his work, his achievements and his things. I feel Josť tearing up so I change the subject. But, it is a story that I will never ever forget. It has singlehandedly erased any doubts I have, or will ever have about travel. Just like that, you can be ...