Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... out with emails and phone calls, we sit back and get ready. 1900 rolls around and it's time to leave....without real tickets. We arrive at the stadium and it's buzzing. People chanting, streets packed....love it. We head to the ticket booth and Dad tries to explain to the lady maybe there's an error. This goes back and forth for a long time before it becomes obvious the tickets were not going to get us in and so we buy another set. I had looked up online the rules of the company ...
... The Alhambra itself is a city, which takes a good 3 hours to get an overview tour of. It dates back to the 9th century and is located on a strategic point, with a view over the entire city and meadow. It was a palace and fortress of the Moorish monarchs of Granada. The name in Arabic means "the red," probably derived from the color of the sun-dried tapia, bricks made of fine gravel and Clay, of which the ...
... brief detour to see Arcos de la Frontera, one of the famed white villages of spain. Where in Tuscany and Umbria there were picturesque little brown villages topping the hills, here they are whitewashed little villages topping the hills. Arcos is set on a pretty dramatic Cliffside, which made for a nice photo, but we needed to hustle on to Seville, so Arcos was just a photo op.
In Seville, we parked on the opposite side of the river ...
... and/or only in certain classrooms. Then, it may be so warm that some of the kids open windows (without removing their sweaters--strictly forbidden in my presence!). I thought it was so great that I had this nice light down coat from GoLite, perfect for this kind of climate, but I never dreamed I'd be wearing it constantly, indoors and out, for 3 months straight. One teacher commented to me that she may as well ...
... oil cooperatives. As we were approaching Seville we could see some really big black clouds. I heard some other people talking about the weather and they said the weather report had indicated a 20% chance of rain - from where we sat it looked closer to 100%. As we approached our station it started to rain, and by the time we got out of the station it was bucketing down. Lucky for us there was a taxi out front. Except for a few drops of rain when ...