AC Hotel Sevilla Forum by Marriott
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... offers a great views of Sevilla. After our tour we made our way slowly back for a siesta and then back out for tapas in a little area Murillo for some delicious pork cheeks and fried zucchini berenjos, a very delicious and authentic experience. We enjoyed a very neat flamenco experience with castonettes, solos songs and allegria dances. One could really feel the passion of the musicians and dancers. Sevilla was definitely full passion and ...
... involve several moves clearly inspired by the bullfighting, in which the woman leads the man towards her with a rose, but spins aside at the last moment.
Despite staying up four hours past our non-Spanish bedtimes, we all had a great time.
Next stop - Portugal.
... we all thought was a bit over the top. Although when I broke it up and didn’t eat it altogether I enjoyed it. Although it was a cool night, we sat outside near the heaters, overhearing interesting American romantic conversations. This made it even more enjoyable.
We also went to the Alcazar-a Royal Palace with spectacular gardens and rooms. It’s renowned as one of the best in Spain. It has many stages of artistic influences. My two favourite areas ...
... they were stopped for some way back. I was a victim of a hit run by a school girl (she was quite solid & moving quickly but no damage done) who was climbing up with a whole group of kids yelling & screaming as they went. We were quite glad we were on our way down at that time. We then went to the Alcazar Real (which is Spanish for Royal) Palace. This was a great example of the Arab influence on Spanish buildings. Lots of tiles on the walls, ...
... the Jewish quarter along cobble stone streets that were no wider than 2 metres. There are 60 places of worship in this town today and with the population of just 12,000 no wonder the exclamation of "Holy Toledo" was coined. We saw the famous work of El Greco... The Burial of the Count of Orgaza. This was a highlight. Our guide explained all the interesting points in this painting and indeed the whole walk through the town and we came away much enlightened. The whole region ...