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... Most of the 'interactive' stations were broken, the ones that were working didn't really give you much interaction. The best part was the gallery on the 2nd floor. My advice, skip it if you are in Seville. That evening we decided to venture to Calle Betis (thanks for the rec Coley). We were probably there a bit early (it was 9.30....sorry Spain we couldnt' wait no longer) however it was lovely to be along the river. We had some tapas, sangria and beer (wasn't ...
Even with a GPS, it is not always easy to find your way in big Cities like Lisbon, population 2.8M and Seville, 700'000. The 420 km. ride to Seville went smoothly with about a third of the way on the motorway and the rest on country roads.I got into the City wet...with sweat!
Generally speaking, I spend 2 days in ...
I promised a blog on the food in Sevilla so here it is.
Food in Sevilla is all about socialization. I am convinced that it is not so much about the flavor of the food but rather with whom you are eating. The food is very good. I have not had a "bad" meal yet. In all the markets you can find fresh fruits and vegetables. But the headliner of every menu in every bar in most restaurants is Jamon. Every household in the city has ...
When you take an Arabic-Islamic class while living in the heart of this ancient culture, adventures in all of Andalucía become extremely rewarding. Not only does Granada qualify as a city that exudes all of the cultural aspects of a typical "andalucí" (the Arab/Islamic culture that was present between 711 and 1492 in the Iberian Peninsula) city, but the city of Sevilla does as well. Sevilla, in fact, used to be the capital of al-Andaluz after Cordoba, which is one ...
... Text from Caroline said ‘where are you?’ I wish I knew. Texted back ‘on my way’, which wasn’t helpful but sounded better than ‘no idea’. However, the landmark I was heading for was Bar Manchega, and all at once I was right beside it. I fell into a lemonade – or vice versa – and they came and found me for a very civilised lunch of beer and tapas.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking