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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlminar Hotel Seville
The location is perfect - right next to the Flamenco and a few blocks to the main shopping area. The staff at the front desk is also very friendly.
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... breathe. An absolute disgrace. We finally leave the stadium around 2215 and head for the taxi rank. With the line quite long and the cab frequency low, we notice on google maps it's only a 2.5km walk home. Too easy, so we set off and hope to find somewhere to eat and finally find a small cafe close to home. We grab a quick bite before they were shutting and get back to the hotel before 2330. We catch the end of a movie and crash out after slowly winding down from the excitement of the ...
... according to those in the know around here, the next time I write I'll be complaining about the heat!
OK, whinefest over (for now). Please do check out the pics & videos though, just a random selection of my environs & friends, including my accordion player, & no mucus, I promise.
So much love to all of you, with best wishes for a wonderful Valentine's Day!
... in the city. We wandered the narrow cobblestone streets and through the Santa Cruz Barrio and found a pretty little square surrounded by orange trees and little restaurants. It is here that we stopped and had drinks before getting completely lost trying to find our way back out of the Barrio. Ah, such is life in the narrow maze of streets. Home at last tired from our travel day, we stayed in for a meal and called it a ...
... has used the Royal Alcazar of Seville as the capital of its kingdom. This has left left significant architectural history which was declared a World Heritage site in 1987. There is a virtual tour you can take on the website - as photos really cannot describe the buildings and the gardens - just ...
... the plaza came into view my jaw dropped. It's so beautiful! For a few minutes I just stood and stared gathering up the magnificent vista. Then I took out my camera and my snap-happiness in Seville began. There are fences made of intricately painted pottery and tiled alcoves dedicated to major cities in Spain. The towers on either end of the curved building almost look like they are from another world and a small moat runs around the edge of the grand plaza. ...