Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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Asmy train leaves the station, I can't help reflecting on my driving vacation. After days driving in Andalusian, I feel refreshed and satisfied. It was a great way to finish my one month stay in Spain
providing the frosting to my fulfilling time in Madrid and Barcelona. I met many kind and fun loving travelers and residents, drivers and non- …
We traveled to Seville on Monday, the 4th largest city in Spain, with around 750,000 people. It saddles Rio Guadalquivir River and is home to one of the largest cathedrals in the world.
The drive is about 2 1/2 hrs and the first hour is the same route as we took to Ronda. It is very scenic, of course, and makes for a fast ride (and Dale is …
... choc truffles were pretty good which just provides more proof that Europeans make way better chocolate! Not a good thing for diet queens here.I think I could definitely return to Sevilla one day. It's got a good vibrant feel even in winter. Relax in the sun. Mix with the students. Watch the creative street performers. Buy some fancy plates or hand fans which seem to be sold all over the show. Well maybe not that last one cos ya'll know I'm a cheapie-chicken!Xo0x Crazy Rainbow Unicorn ...
... praatje maken met de buren, een maaltijd koken op de tweepitter, wat kleding wassen met de hand en een kopje koffie zetten volgens de oudhollandse opgiet methode. Wat een mens al niet gelukkig kan maken. Daarna is het tijd om de lonely planet en de capitoolgids open te slaan bij 'Sevilla' en onder het genot van dos servezas eens uit te gaan zoeken wat voor moois we morgen allemaal gaan zien. Tot morgen! Chris en Yvette Geschreven door ...
... find Fernando (Argentina, but living in the Canary Islands) cooking dinner. Ah, the true signs of an Argentinian - eat late and drink mate. He invited me for a second dinner, and it was great to have some company again.
My final day in Sevilla, I spent visiting paid attractions. The Cathedral, the largest one in the world by interior space apparently, wasn't all that interesting, but its tower, the Giralda, was well worth climbing up. From the top, there was ...
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