Apartamentos Simon Verde
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Photos at the flickr links https://www.flickr.com/photos/120029175 @N05/sets/72157646029340764/ - Sevilla https://www.flickr.com/photos/120029175 @N05/sets/72157646060595108/ - a few extra from Granada Seville: In the words of my new Austrian friend (David) who had changed his hostel booking at the last minute to come to Oasis Hostel (where we had just arrived), "Oh f¥
... telling with passion the story of the dance. In the background were the singers and guitarist who coordinated the stamping of feet, clapping of hands and occasional shouts with perfection. There were about 5 or 6 different dances, each time the dancer, singers and guitarist would change, building towards the main dance of the evening where everyone was on stage together. The performers had no problem in raising the temperature and mood of ...
... other time I wished I'd brought my sparkly miniskirt on this trip (the other time being our hostel in Sydney). We inevitably ended up back in Plaza del Salvador, where the square and the steps of the church overflowed with people enjoying their Thursday night. Workers broke down a stage that must have been used for some sort of performance that had just ended. It was a fabulous scene, and we dove right in for one last night in Spain.
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... one did. Some tourists looked at me funny though.
He eventually came back and I left - I was getting worried about getting a sunburn because it was really sunny today. I wandered back to the hostel and took a nap for a bit and uploaded my photos and chatted with people online. Then I left to go look at mantillas. I got sidetracked though by some Augustinian nuns singing Vespers before mass, so I ended up going to that ...
... supplier of cigars and cigarettes in Europe. It's main claim to fame is it is the location in which Bizet's opera 'Carmen' is set. A walk up through the centre of town to the church of San Salvador which must be the ugliest church we have seen - it is supposed to be a prime example of Andalusian Baroque but is so over ornate and gilded it looks obscene. After a stop for refreshments in a sunny square, we went to the delightful Palace de Lebrija - until recently a private home ...