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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... a bakery that served the best croissants this side of the French border. They were fresh out of the oven, and we sat on the most picturesque Hedland separating the surf beach and the widest estuary you can imagine and devoured them. The view back to the town was really pretty and we both commented,.. now this is more like it! We drove around the town taking photos of these beautiful little houses, before heading off to our next planned stop,.. Lagos.Near the south-western ...
... The city
father’s at the time said they wanted to build a church so huge the rest of the
world would think they were crazy.
In terms of sheer size Seville’s Cathedral is one of the
most impressive churches anywhere, but it’s also a repository of great art
including what’s said to be the world’s largest single altarpiece/retablo and a
large number of other large altarpieces in the numerous side chapels and
paintings by ...
... to flee out the other door and came out around a large pool complete with fountain and fish with an amazing view over some of the gardens. We then found our way down and into the gardens. The first garden we entered was called the Ladies garden. It was neat and tidy with well-trimmed bushes and a large variety of trees and flowers around well-defined paths. (It was really cool worthy of a royal palace) We then chased a peacock through some archways to find a huge ...
... 3pm and head directly to Seville. We will not make it there in time for our half-day tour this afternoon, but the city guide is available tomorrow. On the way to the hotel we make a brief stop at the Plaza de Espagna to see this magnificent square at dusk as the lights come on. We get back to the bus only to discover that four policemen are interrogating our Portuguese driver. There has been a terrible bus accident with many fatalities last week, and ...