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We travelled from Valladollid to Merida.
We had a hotel pre booked in Merida which can only be described as 5 star security in a 2 star area. Least to say on inspection the area was 'uncomfortable', the hotel was like fort knox, we became worried if we would get out rather than if anyone could get in - so we did the most responsible thing …
Sarah and I had to wake up very early this morning to get to the airport in time. We did make it with plenty of time to spare, however, and we met up with the others without a problem.
The flight to Sevilla was about as short as the flight to Lisbon (about an hour), so that was nice.
When we arrived, we took the bus downtown and started on the north side of the river. From there, we made our way to a large, ...
... and Parque de Maria Luisa (Maria Luisa Park). We learn about several popular protagonists of Seville’s rich history and enjoy the wealth of information that Fellipo shares with us. We end the walking tour at Hotel Alfonso XIII, the most expensive hotel in Spain, where one night will set you back a minimum of 1500 Euros. After thanking and tipping Fellipo, I head back to the hostel and dig into my Fajitas again. A nap, some blogging and lazing around and I’m ready ...
... favorite cafe, Gusto! Grabbed a table and sent Amelia a text that I was there, she would be finishing her school day. I had a cafe au lait and just sat there and blogged. This is also a great place to people watch. I Love watching the tourists who walk in, look around, can't decide where to sit, can't decide what to order. A few left and they shuffle around as slow as turtles. Would hate to travel with these folks, they absolutely ...
... figures and stood in the bedchamber where Queen Isabella gave birth to Prince Phillip 1?
No he hadn't thought of it - I hadn't either as the place was so grand the beauty overtook the history, but its great to think of it now while the feeling is fresh. We spent 4 hours there but the time flew!
Afterwards we went for a wander through little lanes and streets in search of dinner and came across a plaza with a big mushroom shaped ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility