Hotel America - Seville
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Seville’s gigantic cathedral is one of several superlatives.
It is said to be the world’s largest Gothic church, world’s largest Catholic
cathedral and third largest Christian church overall after Saint Peter’s in
Rome (not technically a cathedral since the seat of Rome’s archbishop is Saint
John Lateran Church) and Saint Paul’s in London (Anglican). Work n the
cathedral was started in the 1440s and completed about 70 ...
... from seeds, but grafted from the branches of previous olive trees. They need lots of care and water to be grown from these shoots. Olive trees last approx 150-200 years. The land around each tree has to be kept clean of debris. Harvest of olives occur between November and January. Olives can be removed by using machinery where a disc is put around the trunk of the tree under the tree shaken or alternatively netting can be placed on the ground ...
... forth into the main Cathedral square. This is an amazing City. A real historic Hollywood extravaganza that would do justice to any epic on the Spain of the "Conquistadors". The architecture is an ecletic mix of Moorish and European. I half expect to see men clanking about in suits of armour about to set sail for South America. A sudden urge to speak French!!! Suddenly and without warning I start replying to "buggy ride" salesmen in French - why? ...
... like Madrid at all. What was to like? Mum was very keen to get to the most famous Churros place in Spain, so we headed off in that direction. That's when things got awkward... How do we order? Then what do we do? There are people everywhere! We had been yelled at about three times when we discovered the secret process, not so different from Seinfeld's Soup Nazi formula. We get in a queue, we order. We take three sideways steps, we get in another queue. When ...
Had a later start this morning partly due to our late Saturday night and because in Spain nothing seems to move quickly on Sunday ! We had breakfast on the roof top terrace at the hotel; very enjoyable sitting in the morning sun with a view overlooking Seville. We walked the short distance to the river and then south to the first stop of the Seville Hop on Hop on bus. This is the fourth city that we have used this service ...