Apartamentos Simon Verde
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... fast food places and even some restaurants were crowded with partiers. We got to the station and printed our tickets then we began looking for the platform. We asked where to go at the information desk and then saw the signs for our platform. The signs have different information depending on the direction you walk so it is easy to miss. We got to our platform entrance and there were already a ton of people there. We boarded at around 6:35 and had to ask which car to get on as ...
... need to learn something about childcare from Africans. African women put their babies in a sash and carry them on their back or hip which is a much more efficient means of child transport in thick crowds than putting the kids in a stroller. Or even hoist the kids onto your shoulders if necessary but never ever bring a stroller into a crowd of wall-to-wall people.
By Wednesday my enthusiasm was fading further and I only stopped by at ...
Hola, it is Saturday so there is always an active market. I came across this market in my morning wonderings. The signage and offerings were so much more upscale than in Portugal. One stall had about eight different kinds of mushrooms. The clementines don't seem to be as sweet, but I did find cherries which was a nice surprise.
After the market I wondered up the river on one side and then down the ...
... descriptions, but I call it as I see it. I will now give up on trying to experience a delicious Paella on this trip as it appears it will only lead to disappointment. So, after lunch we headed off to the Seville Cathedral - there was a bit of a line but it was moving quickly and only took about 15 minutes to get in. The cathedral Is massive but to be honest I have seen my fill of cathedrals and so this one was nice but not anything particularly special. I ...
... historical figurehead of Spain with numerous streets and markets being named after him ('Colon' in Spanish) and is as alive in Spain as he was in the 1400's. His exploration of the Bahamas, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Trinidad and the coast of America shaped the impending development of Spain into the future centuries through the wealth of silver, gold and other riches being sent back to the country from the new found lands. Ironically there ...