Hotel Anfiteatro Romano
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Anfiteatro Romano Seville
We only have good things to say about this hotel... we got in at 2am and the restaraunt still served us food after a long train ride & bus ride in. Beware that any spot in Santiponce is about a 15 - 20 minute bus ride to Seville, but once you get it all sorted with the timetables, it's not too difficult to get around... we got it by the second trip back and forth.
Our room was very clean and comfortable. The wireless worked pretty well in the room, but it was better downstairs.
ps. if you want to watch tv in spain and you don't speak english, bring a laptop... the tv was null of english, but that's okay, it got us outside that much more:)
We would definitely stay here again, DEFINITELY!
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... again, but it would be no point really as they’d do nothing to give a feeling for what we experienced. The dancers, singers were just awesome in their delivery of the Flamenco, and it is something you need to experience here. I can’t explain it. But you like or you don’t, and that’s it. We enjoyed it and were very quiet walking back to the apartment still making a sense of what it was we’d been a part of.
…that, and we were plum tuckered out.
PS. We loved ...
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... could go inside. Entering through a small door to the left of a very Gothic styled larger doorway we wondered through the Cathedral Museum to purchase our tickets before entering the main nave. OMG the place is huge. I just checked on Wikipedia which says it reaches 42 metres high.
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... then made our way toward other parts of the city, including exploring the cathedral (closed for Semana Santa) and the castle (also closed for Semana Santa). However, we did make it over to the main park and the Plaza de Espaņa, which was gorgeous. We explored the castillo and used the river's rowboats and had a great time.
By the time we were done at Plaza de Espaņa, we started walking back toward the bus stop, ...