AC Hotel Sevilla Torneo by Marriott
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to the consistency of a dip rather than a soup. Salmorejo is
still usually served with a spoon like a soup, but is often used as a sauce
with other dishes. It usually comes with chopped hard-boiled egg and chopped
serrano ham to mix in.
There are a few regional variations on Salmorejo and
Gazpacho. One of the finest meals I had in Andalusia was at a restaurant
affiliated with a cooking school in Antequera where I had a five course dinner
... looking for this caravan place. Well the road just ends and turns into a toll motorway , so after going through the toll only to go round the round about and go back through the toll we stopped at a auto shop to ask. No one spoke any english, using a translator on the I pad got the message across and they sent us to the ...
... waiters who were probably used to his presence but it obviously annoyed the heck out of them. (We saw him at dinner too, by the way).
After that interesting lunch, we went off walking down the streets and happened upon horse and carriage rides. It seemed like a good way to take in all the sites in one day, and so we hopped on at $45 Euros a pop. (that's about $60 US) **yikes. It was cool and the sites were beautiful but I wouldn't say it was ...
... by two enthusiastic competitors for the Red and Green city bus tours. Just as I made a remark to them about how great they worked along side each other, they blew that myth right out of the water and we found ourselves between an escalating row between the two (previously) very nice girls. "She has been critical of my tour the whole time." I tried to ease the situation but every time I thought it was over, ...
... record of its more than 400 years of rule in the New World, and is Sevilla's third UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since we'd had to wait in line for the alcazar and cathedral, though, we were low on time and had to miss it. We saw the impressive exterior, though--it's huge. It probably wouldn't have been that interesting on the inside, but it's free and would have been worth a peek in if we weren't in a rush.
Instead, we started with the Plaza de Toros, ...