Hotel America - Seville
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... and on, Nicole spends time updating the blog! The train is travelling over 250 kmph most of the way as we pass kilometres of olive groves and, closer to Seville, orange groves. We don't even go through Madrid but we do go through Córdoba. When we arrive in Seville, the temperature is 30C! We are amazed by the maze of narrow streets in the centre section of Seville. The roads are mostly one direction, ...
... holy week between Palm Sunday and Easter when Seville is
the site of the country’s largest and most famous religious processions. So
beggars can’t be choosers when it comes to well-situated accommodation during
busy times. The best I could find online in a reasonable price range was a
hostel bed in an eight-bed mixed dorm. I don’t mind sharing a room, but a room
of eight is a bit much, especially when I’m on the upper bunk. I’m convinced
... friends here live with their parents. This creates a huge culture of what is called 'bottelon,' which is basically big groups of people drinking in parks and plazas. Because people can't have their friends over to drink at their parents' houses, and they can't afford to drink in bars, everyone drinks outside. It's super interesting for me-- as a student of international economics-- to see how mass drinking in the park is really the consequence of ...
... m staying at a place called the Boutike Hostel which is kind of a cross between a hostel and a small hotel. There are dorms but I have my own room and bathroom. A few backpackers but mostly people in their 30s to 50s travelling on a budget, like me haha. There is a communal lounge and kitchen where you can store your food in the fridge and cook if you want plus all day free tea and coffee....very unusual in Europe. Breakfast is included ...
Made my way to Plaza de Espana. Holy mole! What a building! Semi circle shaped with towers at each end, a gorgeous fountain in front, a small river along the arch, two brightly tiled bridges leading to the front entrance - this place is a must see. The architecture in Spain is so diverse and influenced by so many other cultures. So much detail it's impossible to take it all in!
Walked back towards the cathedral and stopped for ...