Confortel Puerta De Triana
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... and mosque courtyard) date back to the city's main mosque built by the Moors in the 12th century. The current cathedral, built on the grounds of the mosque, though incorporating a few of the mosque's elements, dates from 1434--though construction on some minor parts continued intermittently until 1928.
The highlights of the cathedral were Christopher Columbus' elaborate tomb, the main chapel's altarpiece (the biggest in the world, with over 1000 ...
... slices,and a huge plate of scrambled eggs with olive oil slathered potato chunks, caramelised onions, and chorizo. Waddled slowly back to the apartment and lay in the sun all afternoon. Our flight isn't till 22.15 tonight, so not into Stansted till midnight. Hope it isn't too cold and ...
... red skirt with endless ruffles that she had to kick out whenever she spun around, balancing on one leg. There were many dramatic pauses of silence, before a sudden burst of energy again. Her face demanded your attention the whole time. At the end, the dancers performed together, feeding off each other's energy and there were several brief encores as we applauded and applauded for the four of them. Needless to say, they got a well-deserved ...
... 100*F), but we thought it best to set off early to beat some of the heat. We were up by 7:00, and out walking by 8:15am. We ended up out walking for 7 hours, walking to Sevilla Botanical Gardens (about 2 kms away), which also contain a number of museums. We went through the Cultural Museum and the Military Museum, and also wandered around the Spanish Plaza. The cultural Museum included a lot of artefacts and objects from early life in Spain, and provided a lot of ...
... Many of the people that were watching, including us, started to dance and sing along. One of our professors says that this sort of improvised Flamenco dancing that includes the spectators is one style that is common here in Spain. It was a ton of fun!
This morning, we met for breakfast in the same room that we had dinner. It was very English... This hotel seems to have a lot of English patrons, and the food has been ...