AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla by Marriott
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Some of these buildings don't look like much on the outside but if you can peek in the massive doors open up into wonderful courtyards. Some have the doors open during the day so it is possible to see inside.
Tomorrow I am heading off on a new adventure??? I am flying to Marrakech, Morocco! I am going to be staying about an hour and 1/2 from there in the Berber Cultural Center! Rugs anyone? I bought a one ...
... its walls. Unlike some of those showers we had in Scandinavia!! The room was efficiently serviced each day. It was only today that we saw it in its day form, with the bed converted into a lounge. Had we felt better we may have spent time with the others on the tour.
Another early night with no need for an evening ...
... series of game of thrones). Now if you know me well, or hell probably even not that well you'll know that I'm kind of a bit keen on dragons, not Hagrid hatch one in the fire of my wooden hut keen, but still pretty damn keen so you can see why when I read about this building I decided that Ceuta was the way to go. And that wraps things up in more ways than one. The standard end of my weekly blog yes, but also what I've come to think of as chapter 1 in my grand adventure, ...
... Sevillians that he cut that part short to leave!
After that we walked outside the Palace of Seville, which they are using for shooting the next season of Game Of Thrones. The tour ends at a building the Sevillians hate and call “The Mushroom”. Which you can guess as to why they call it that. The building actually has some significance to it because when they were digging out the foundations for the building they stumbled across ...
... time other than the basic layout, the renovations after the recapture of Seville in the 13th century are magnificent. The updates used a style named "Mudejar" which combines the geometric and flowing patterns from the Muslim world with representation of real things, such as plants, animals and occasionally people, from the Christian world. The palace decorations were incredible and we spent several hours wandering the palace and the gardens. ...