Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel Seville
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... Game of Thrones. We were supposed to go in today but actually couldn't go in as they were filming Season 5 - saw all the vans and equipment and set up people but no-one famous. From here we walked thru the old town which was very pretty and into the church that used to be a mosque - again no pics - but take my word for it was as amazing as all the others! Had the option of staying in town or going back to ...
Today we visited the Royal Alcazar which is the oldest Royal Palace still in use in Europe. The Alcazar was built over the first settlement foundations of Seville and has its origin during the XI Century AD. Since this time until today every civilisation and every culture that has settled in the ...
... the overflowing carrier bag on the desk at reception! What a wonderfully crazy country I'm living in...
So my trip to Seville was a success and I'd love to go back to Andalucia. It's very different to the north of Spain, the south is the stereotypical view of the country that you get told about at school. It feels exotic and almost like a part of North Africa. I've got 2014 off to a good start travel-wise, I just hope I can keep it up. There's so much more of Spain to ...
... and a puffer jacket. After a drink at Burger King, we returned to the room very happy with Seville thus far. The city has a lovely vibe (despite beggars filling the streets), and the really nice visual appeal will certainly make for an interesting day tomorrow. We returned to the room for a while before having dinner at Luso Tapas bar in the non touristy part of the city. We had an absolutely beautiful meal consisting of chicken curry, ...
... and I think everyone was hiding inside. Plus I think there was a football/soccer match on. Anyways, the streets were dead and it was all a bit boring wandering around the Santa Cruz district and others. Good time to find a cafe and relax a bit. I even tracked down a cinema to watch a movie, but it too was closed. I’d booked a 7:30 pm flamenco show so hung around this part of town until then. The show was attached to a museum and only went for an hour ...