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Travel Blogs from Seville
Day two in Seville started with the third of the trip's disasters (the first two being the shrunken jumper episode and the Tel Aviv Airport delays causing a general decay of my mental state). Alas, as I'm so late in posting this entry, I haven't been able to leverage it in an attempt to gain sympathy. We'll call it the Fire Alarm debacle. If that …
Seville is the one place I've been where I could tolerate being homeless (possibly); the streets are beautiful, there is a fairly constant food source in the plentiful orange trees, in some places, you can get free food with a drink and perhaps most importantly, it seems moderately socially acceptable given the large volume of gypsies around.
So just maybe, the patron saint of travellers has decided to give us a break! When we look from our balcony this morning, the Rock of Gibraltar is totally hidden behind cloud - unseen from the ground and making a visit to the top pretty pointless. Yesterday was the only day we had available, so we consider we were lucky to have had such a perfect day. We have breakfast in the hotel then gather our belongings in readiness to check out. Upon doing so, we find ...
... people were having similar breakfasts to ours. Back to hotel and quick dash to bus station and onto Malaga before catching Ryanair flight at 5 o'clock to Paris. The more I have seen of Seville the more I have liked it. It and Granada have been my preferred cities. Both have beautiful buildings and the Spanish have a graciousness about them. Travelling here at another time of the year would be much nicer, as the heat has been oppressive. Leaving ...
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Proceed on to look for a church but find the Universidad instead.
Down to the Plaza de Espagne.
On the map it looks like a thing in a semi circle. Maybe an old wall. Maybe a mostly cement park. I dunno. Should be no big deal. As we get near, highyeva, blue tiles embed themselves in red brick imbedded in sweeping ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Apartamentos Murillo Seville
Very well restored old building in the heart of the narrow maze of streets of Santa Cruz (we got lost EVERY day)!
This lovely apartment exceeded my expectations. I stayed a week and wasn't ready to leave. This is my third trip to Seville, a magical city. The staff is ever so friendly and helpful from the very beginning when I made the reservation. Nelia at reception is a gem and speaks English beautifully.
Just returned from 3 nights in the apartments.
They are in a great location, nicely decorated and spotlessly clean.
The staff could not be more helpful and gave good advice on restaurants, bars etc.
The only drawback being the garbage collectors carrying out their duties at around 3am! However, this is Seville and not the fault of the apartments.
In all, my husband and I had a smashing time and would recommend the apartments and Seville.
Would like to suggest a kettle in the kitchen for English guests.
After my stay in the Apartamentos Murillo I sent a message of thanks to the staff at the place because I had enjoyed my time there so much. They asked me to add a review here, and I gladly agreed.
A second home
It is the second time we have been to Seville but the first time we stayed at these apartments. They are central and quiet, and we got one apartment on the top floor that had a great view of the city from the balcony. So many things to do in the surroundings, lots of bars and tapas (try "solomillo al whisky", yummy!).
The staff in the reception was really helpful and helped us to plan the rest of our trip ( next stop: Portugal).
Pity we couldnt stay longer, we will have to come back again!
great place, nice staff, and they speak an excellent English! really good value with a reasonable price, much better than a room in a hotel with a similar rate. I came from London with my wife and we couldnt have chosen better! It is located right in the center closed to everything we needed. We will recommend it to everyone and come back for sure!
A real gem. The staff are friendly, the location is perfect and the rooms are recently renovated and clean.
Two days in Seville
We spent two days in Seville. We booked an apartment in Murillo apartments for EUR 89 per night. The one we had was small, but cosy. After all, you do not stay in the hotel when you're in Seville, do you. All of the equipment and facilities were new. Staff was friendly and helpful. The location is great - within a few minutes walk from the cathedral and Giralda and Alcazar. The street is just four feet wide. Plenty of tapas bars nearby, some nice restaurants just around the corner at Los Venerables.
Can't be beat
This apartment/hotel is really great. Newly renovated, with very nice kitchen and bath in our one bedroom apt so think should receive a much higher rating. Excellent, knowledgeable and helpful staff. Very well located in the Barrio Santa Cruz(a charming popular pedestrian quarter with lots of restaurants and bars dating back perhaps a thousand yrs. Five minutes from the main square with cathedral and royal palace. Ask for an apt. on the courtyard as little lighter(not a big problem as lots of lighting) and quieter as occasionally a little noise from the very narrow, quaint street.
PLUS, a price of 65euros for stays of more than 5 days is a real bargain.
Can't wait to go back.