Catalonia Hispalis Hotel
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... that were brought together under one
roof in the 1800s by a reformist king concerned about Spain’s history of
exploitation and atrocities in its American colonies in the centuries after the
One of the more unusual structures in Seville is a modern
and quite recent one. The Metropol Parasol, known in Seville as “Las Setas”
(the Mushrooms) is a massive wooden structure that covers and shades most of a
large square named ...
... I told him once and he told me you should message her three times. After more babbling about his girlfriend he asked me if I had messaged her, I said yes, he asked how many times and I replied 3 times only to receive abuse and be told that I should have only messaged her twice!
After a short period of silence David started shouting “Shut up, Shut up you’ll wake up Adam!” a few times. (Of course we are the only ones in the room) he then ...
... from the initial waiting room, King's study, a number of rooms formerly used by the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabel and family (see previous blog entries) as bedrooms, dining room, billboards room, smoking room, and finally the room where you would get to meet the king. All were sumptuously decorated in the Mudejar architectural style and with ornate furniture. After wandering around the Alcazar, with its many intricately decorated rooms and large ...
... delicious fresh produce and meats and cheeses and breads and salads to make a rooftop lunch with. We also had to stop and and sample the best chocolate churros ever. After relaxing and getting to know one another, we ventured off to visit Las Setas, these huge mushroom shaped structures built in the city to protect underground ruins that are preserved in Sevilla. The three story structure also had amazing views from the top. After dinner, we decided to go out ...
... skiing in Austria. While waiting for the buss to arrive, the didge on my pack was recognised by a multilingual German bloke (who explained that he’d more or less been travelling for the last 12 years!) who asked if he could have a play on it. He proceeded to play it quite well in the conventional way before making chirping noises, mimicking (so well that I thought he might have swallowed a few birds) bird noises while playing - ...