AC Hotel Sevilla Torneo by Marriott
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... wedding of my kids’ dad and his partner. Joe and Tim
have been together for 20 years, and have waited for Washington State to get
with the program. I am so proud of them and of our family, and the journey from
ignorance to enlightenment. The same day my youngest grandson Theo turned 2. I
had sent a package from Barcelona which arrived the previous day. But this is
the first important birthday I wasn’t there for. ...
From there it was about one block walk to ...
... look for the bus station where the bus leaves for the airport which we need to catch early the day after tomorrow. We walk through a park and have a beer. We heck out a beautiful building that looks like a palace, there is a lot of ceramic work on the building and surrounding balustrade. We find out later that this building was built for a world expo that was held in Spain. We walk back to the apartment and I make a chicken pasta thing for ...
... attendant was lazily wiping her hand off between kisses - can you spell OUTBREAK!
After a fortifying glass of cerveza and a paella for "moi" ( Mike can't eat paella due to his allergies) we headed back to line up for the Seville Cathedral.We decided this would be our one "church" visit on this trip besides Santiago de Compostello. The Seville Cathedral is the largest gothic cathedral in the world - they even have a Guiness Book of Record's certificate to prove it - ...
... from 2 - 5 p.m. while bars and restaurants close from about 4 until 8 p.m.
Which means outside of the touristy areas, it looks like a ghost town for a few hours and don't even think about finding a place open for dinner until 8 p.m.
When I checked into my hostel around 6:30 p.m., there were two girls who also had just arrived and were really hungry. They could not understand why ...