Hotel Anfiteatro Romano
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... and whatever world he was taking us to. He had such skill that his eyes were closed the whole time, and his whole body and face moved with the music he was creating. I closed my eyes along with him and let it carry me away. The singer's solo was beautiful. At one point there was so much emotion in his voice that it sounded like he might cry, and it brought tears to my eyes. But the highlight was definitely the female dancer's solo with castanets. She wore ...
A relatively short drive from Carmona to Seville took us across the Guadalquiver River on the Puente del Alamillo (Alamillo Bridge), designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatravo.
This route took us to the edge of the city and the ruins of Italica, a 2nd century Roman city. We visited only the Amphitheatre, A longer visit would ...
... on face value was worth a look ... difficult to appreciate the interactivity, when everything is in Spanish. Lindsay kindly forgave him. A Coruna was left, as we headed along some of the St James way, to the third most important Catholic pilgrimage site, after Jerusalem and Rome - Santiago de Compostela. St James, one of the 12 apostles is buried here, having been in the area preaching the word of Christ. Pilgrims walk, cycle and ride horse along the route, finishing outside of ...
... horse and I nearly fell on my ass. After the saddle was readjusted and the part for my feet was extended I finally got on my horse. My horse seemed like it always needed to be pet when we weren't moving and every time I stopped it would start to turn its head around as if to say "why on earth are you stopping?" (very similar to when people stop petting my dog Stella). When we finally got going it took me a little while to get the feel of how ...
... a Matador in Sevilla. His life, his family, his education, his country... to study this art. He explained to us the three major parts of a bullfight, called "thirds," during his presentation.
Before the bullfight actually starts, the team of bullfighters (the Matador himself and his three banderilleros [all called toreros]) meet the bull in the ring with large pink and yellow capes. They attract the attention of the bull in order ...
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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