Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel
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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 …
... style--with the grand palace like buildings behind--it's a breathtakingly beautiful view. Even though this plaza is less than 100 years old, it rivals any of Sevilla's historic structures for beauty and grandeur. All around the semi-circular palace are little alcoves with a tile mural dedicated to each Spanish province. I slowly make my way around to see what symbol is chosen for each province of this great country. There's a picture of Columbus coming back from the ...
... Awesome....no calories in that!
Another interesting dining quirk in Spain is a service charge for alfresco dining. If you sit in the outside area of a restaurant or café, you will automatically be charged between 10 and 15% extra on top of your bill. Evidently this is a government tax to recognise the fact that you are using the public realm to make money. Even more interestingly, the alfresco areas of cafes are still packed and the inside is empty (the weather here has ...
... superb tapas meal at Mechela (pricier but well worth the money) and then we caught a Spanish bullfight, which is quite possibly the most gruesome spectacle we have ever witnessed. First, several matadors tease a bull by flashing red and making them run into the walls. Then the bull's matador goes one-on-one with the bull and just as the animal is tired out, he plunges a sword straight through its body. After a few really long moments, the bull ...
Oh hey friends and family!
So I totally meant to start this blog a week ago; however, with Internet troubles and such a busy start to my trip, it has been hard to find a time to sit down and do it. But here I am!
When we arrived in Spain, we spent two days in Madrid. I never thought jet-lag was a serious thing... Ha. I was definitely wrong. I was exhausted from flying through the night, but that didn't stop me from enjoying ...