Catalonia Giralda Hotel
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... at Plaza de Espana and Plaza de Las
Americas. The archaeological museum is the better of them and mostly houses
artefacts from the Roman era in Spain, mostly from Italica, the Roman era city
a few miles outside of Seville that was the largest Roman settlement in Spain and
the birthplace of emperors Hadrian and Trajan. Also fairly interesting was the
Archivo de las Indias, a combined repository of all documents relating to Spain’s
conquests and activities in the ...
... help and picked him up and he hobbled over to the bed. He then fell over onto the bed hitting his head on the headboard. He then started mumbling about his girlfriend Lydia. After hearing about how pretty and special she is he asked me to message her. Of course I wasn’t going to actually message his girlfriend and tell her that drunken David wants her to know how pretty she is. So I just told him that I had messaged her. He then asked how many times did you ...
... and Spain's maritime explorers, with Christopher Columbus being the Big Kahoona of these. (In Spanish the last name is Colon, which is mildly amusing to us Anglo types.) We then joined our small tour group - a security guard took us around but we used an audio guide to get the info. Security was tight, but a bit weird - we had to pass our bags through a scanner, but then had to leave them in lockers outside. No photos were allowed. We visited a range ...
... in the impressive architecture and view from the top of the massive bell-tower and walked around inside the main building to see its beautiful windows and the tomb of Columbus. After this rather rushed visit I picked up my bag from the hostel and went to the bus station for my journey to Lisbon. In line to collect my ticket I met sisters Veronica and Alana, Aussies who were doing a shorter and less rushed trip through Western Europe ...
... 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, ...