AC Hotel Sevilla Torneo by Marriott
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... along the tram route which seems to have almost modern Melbourne-like bendy tram shuffling back and forth along its busy route along what is otherwise a pedestrian mall to the broad banks of the river. And it was here I found the ticket booth where I suddenly acted on my uncertain interest in a seat at a bull fight. Wow!!
We passed along the river pausing briefly at what appeared to be a school big band contest with a number of bands working their magic ...
... speciality drink which was like a Sangria but fizzy. It was refreshing and delicious. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of it.
We walked back to our pension along the river front enjoying the beautifully lit up bridge, cool air and peaceful surroundings. After 6 months of travelling it finally feels like we're on a holiday. I'm starting to think our time in Europe is going to be all about eating, drinking and lazily walking through picturesque ...
Today we went to do the famous Sevilla Alcazar (Palace)... like everyone else. The queue was about 500 people long...I'm normally a patient man...but after waiting for about two minutes and the queue didn't move we went and had coffee in a nice sunny plaza and didn't bother with the Alcazar (we have never done the Sistine Chapel in Rome for the same reason - but we struggle on). Instead we ...
I lied donw the grass and look at the sky, it is night now, because the Andalusia's atmosphere is very clean, you can see many star on the sky. you can not hear any noise,there is countryside, it is very silence.I remember there have a person who can explain the dream, I ...
... napped on a nearby bench around 5pm on a Friday afternoon. The atmosphere here is very serene and people are not in a rush to get around.
After walking around awhile and enjoying the scenery through the parks, past the famous hotel where I was told Madonna often stays, and crossing intersections where horsedrawn carriages are more abundant than cars, I decided to sit for awhile and picked the corner of Paseo de Cristina (for my sister Christina) ...