Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCatalonia Santa Justa Hotel Seville
The hotel Trajano was very nice but the people who were working there were obviously not as happy to see us as we were to see them.
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Day 101: We caught the train down to Seville today and when we arrived we immediately realised that the south of Spain is so hot and would be over 40 degrees for our entire stay there and with no sight of water anywhere was going to be hard. But we worked out that we would head out in the morning, come back for the hottest part of the day then head …
... the riverfront, the bold patterns of flamenco dresses and flamboyant matador costumes, the red and green tents and multicolored string lights of the fair, the warm hues of building facades, and the intricate Spanish tile ubiquitous throughout the city all created a kaleidoscope of cultural wonders.
Sevilla is not a city to neglect your other ...
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After checking in, we decided a rough route for the day and made our way around the city. First stop was what the locals call the 'Mushroom', it is a structure of 6 parasols made of wood, found in a main square. It could be climbed but we decided not to make the effort today. Underneath however was a small market; we very excitedly made our way around awing at all of the fresh fruits and vegetables, turning our noses at the displays of unskun rabbits and pig parts. ...
... headed out. Couldn't believe it, it was cold and rainy and I packed for hot weather. Walked in the rainstorm to Dos d Mayo where Jeff and I had had tapas before. Had Croquettes and paella. Enjoyed watching the locals. Asked for WIFI, but was told no "WeeFee", **** how would Amelia and I connect? The rain started again and knew I needed warmer clothes. Went shopping at H & M first and found the locals so damn ...
... Robles which was recommended to me by my friend Gaby. Posh restaurant! The food and drink were amazing; however, the service was weak. Saying that they serve the biggest and best G&T! (I dedicated that G& T to Gaby!) Another place we frequented and I mean you must go---It was in Trianna (across the bridge from Seville)…. Los Golondrinas- THE BEST FOOD in town! The place was a little dodgy as far as atmosphere but if you took the ...