PV-Holidays Residence Patio de la Alameda
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... it is so big that back in the day, they would have up to 30 people pumping the air to get the pipe organ to work, which must have been some big sounds, to go with the big place to be heard. Antonio and Anne shared some interesting facts and figures while I just stared around and took a few photos. I’m sure Anne will be able to tell you all about it if you ask her…
We have ambled all the way around the cathedral now, and there is a chapel behind main the altar ...
... a nagging concern this little issue hasn't finished yet) and engaged a taxi into the streets of Seville.
This looks an amazing place with a typically Spanish mix of old and new jumbled into a chaotic mix of colour and passion. We found the hosts son Juan Jr who showed us into the second floor apartment less than a two minute walk to the staggering Cathedral and above a myriad of small roads and laneways generating a ...
... and modified over a period of 100 years. The young lady taking the tour (Helena) is extremely serious! We find this rather entertaining. She commands attention and good behaviour from the start, explaining when photos can be taken etc. and how the tour will pan out. She is almost defensive as if expecting people to fire challenging questions or remarks and she has matter of fact answers at the ready when they ...
... And enjoyed our lunch Nygil came by surprised to see us. Apparently this is where we are having our farewell dinner. No problem. The duck ravioli in cream sauce was so good we would gladly have it again. After lunch we walked back to the strange mushroom like structure they call the Parasol. I wanted to see it in the daytime. Franci navigated us through a maze of narrow streets until we got there. In the bottom there was ...
... classic styles so there is a lot of different architectural and cultural differences. The gardens were better than alambra, but the water features werent as good. I'll let jude pontificate on the tiles, ceramics and very old plates! What's equally important is the Alcazar was where king ferdinand and queen Isabel planned Spain domination of South America with their advisors. Many of the ...