Catalonia Giralda Hotel
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... to keep them under control ...a little inner chuckle. The first lots we have actually seen in uniform. They work from 9 to 1.30 then go back from 3 - 5. Schools very much just buildings...not a lot of playground of any description. There are lots of shops selling pottery and linens.... Very colourful ... Also flamenco dresses and fans. Hoping to go to Flamenco tomorrow night. Quiet night tonight ... Off on day trip tomorrow so need some ...
The style of residential architecture and decorative arts I
probably most associate with Spain is arguably a style most typical of Seville.
The Spanish style exported to and adopted in new world places like California
is much that of Seville. I recall once going to La Casa Encantada, better known
as the Hearst Castle, the California estate of publishing magnate ...
During the night I was woken up a couple of times because of strange noises. In a half dream state it is actually not too hard to imagine what was going on. Clearly someone used at least 5 entire rolls of tape to secure something, or someone to something else. It took him about 30 minutes and several trips to get more tape. The other noise was clearly of someone cleaning plastic boxes, turning them over to get each of the six faces then ...
... lost. We wandered down to the spa area and it is the catacombs, all tiled with rooms off from every angle.
As the temperature in this part of Spain is hitting record highs for this time of year, Bern is not as agreeable when another long walk is suggested in 37 degree heat. We actually had a swim in the rooftop pool which has to be seen to be believed.
Explore Sevilla tomorrow.
... up at an outdoor café where Karl, Melissa and I shared cheese nachos, nachos with guacamole and pizza – some meal! Nachos means chips, apparently! But that is where we ordered our first sangria pitcher – soon to be repeated…. The cathedral was closed already, so was the Alcazar soon, so we just wandered around, down the narrow alleys ...