AC Hotel Sevilla Torneo by Marriott
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... it is so big that back in the day, they would have up to 30 people pumping the air to get the pipe organ to work, which must have been some big sounds, to go with the big place to be heard. Antonio and Anne shared some interesting facts and figures while I just stared around and took a few photos. I’m sure Anne will be able to tell you all about it if you ask her…
We have ambled all the way around the cathedral now, and there is a chapel behind main the altar ...
... most relieved we were back on main roads and I promised I'd never divert off the road more travelled ever again (though I have absolutely no intent of keeping this promise at all!! It just seemed appropriate to make a token offer anyway.)
We were on the march to Seville and decided the best option may be to ditch the car today rather than tomorrow morning as we'd originally planned. This concept was strongly reinforced when we made contact with our AirBnB host who ...
A little bit of a disappointment today – our Seville tour was cancelled by Holland and we didn't have a chance to rebook so we thought we’d take the train into Seville and explore on our own.
The Eurodam pulled alongside at about 7:30 and we walked to the train station only to find out that the schedules wouldn’t work for us given the requirement to be back on board by no later than 4:30 p.m. ...
Just as we were about to leave Portugal sampled the best portuguese tarts ever.....its a good job we didn't discover that pastisserie when we first arrived!!
The next morning, hit the tollways and headed for Seville. Each tollway has a slightly different system for charging, and while efficient, it does provide moments of stress till we emerge, poorer, but victorious.
In the centre of Seville, chose a hostel with charming ...
... food too. Everyone eats up on the rooftop which in cold months is converted into an enclosed area with a bar and comfy seating.
Started my adventure here viewing the Catedral de Sevilla. According to one of the hostel workers it's the third largest gothic cathedral in the world. Impressive. This place was actually originally a mosque in the 1100's. Christopher Columbus's tomb is inside on display. Didn't know this before I came. Kind of a ...