Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel Seville
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... whacky layout of the hotel with it's many buildings and patios. It was a short walk from our hotel to the Alcazar. Once inside we looked for the ticket booth selling the guided tours to the upper section of the palace, which is still used occasionally by Spain's King and Queen. (Ian's brother Malcolm had given us a heads up on this one.) While we waited for our tour to start, we looked at a display of decorative fans, and the section of the building devoted to ...
... palace (actually more of a complex containing a large house and gardens) belonging to the Dukes of Medinaceli and now open to the public. In the house remains on display a collection of Italian marble busts and statues, ornately tiled rooms and a collection of Spanish paintings. Weaving back through the busy town centre I wangled a cheap ticket into the Cathedral (turns out that Seville’s is the largest Gothic cathedral in the ...
... to describe. It looks like quite a few panels joined together into this weird multi shaped thing. I know this is starting to sound like it’s being described by a grade 1 student, but trying to describe The Mirador is like trying to teach a woman who to **** really loudly, it just doesn’t happen!
We then spent the next few hours roaming around the streets while Conor looked inside a foot locker, where he bought a ...
... beautiful courtyards of lovely homes.
The Cathedral of Seville fills a large city block. The photos will tell the story of high ceilings, dark corners, gilded domes and tiles floors.
After a walk through the exceptionally well maintained Alcazar, we drove to the Plaza de Espana, built for the Iberio-American Exposition of 1928.
... Bulls! That night we stayed in a car park, in Vitoria Gasteiz, leaving earlier the next day. The plan was to head to Bilbao, and see the Guggenheim museum. 26th April Arrived in Bilbo, via two no starter villages. Unfortunately Pinterest failed with these. Got to Bilbo, hopefully to have a look around the Guggenheim museum, but no where to park. No camper stops or anything. Drove round for at least 60 mins, and still nothing. We were really keen on exploring this city, but ...