Confortel Puerta De Triana
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... clumped all around. It was a picturesque scene and once we entered, we discovered the same narrow roads although these were even more challenging as they both led up the side of the small mountain and were thronged with other cars releasing dressed-up people obviously en route to a wedding. We actually later discovered we'd hit the ebb flow as the departures from the earlier wedding and the arrivals for the subsequent wedding were mixing in a manic flow. And there we were, a pair ...
... of other churches illuminated by flood lights. It was the perfect weekend escape from the scorching heat of Madrid. We were met with a cool breeze that wound through charming narrow streets. Streets that sometimes reminded us of Zanzibar. The next day after a night of tapas and vino we took a closer look at the Alcazar. Sevilla was the only city in Spain to survive unscaved the transfer of powers from ...
Last night we stayed in the Melia Hotel in Seville, very nice. Enjoyed the large choice of food for breakfast and then we were on our way for a guided tour of Seville, in particular the old town.
We first visited the area around the city where the world fair was held in 1929, driving past the various places built for each country represented at the fair. We ...
... this, seeing a flamenco exhibition is supposedly important to understanding Andalucian culture - and while the dancing itself does appear to be the (much cooler) Spanish version of tap-dancing, it's worth going just to get completely out of your cultural comfort zone.
3. Sevilla's Plaza de Toros: the second-largest bullfighting arena in Spain (the largest being Las Ventas here in Madrid!). While very few people, myself ...