Confortel Puerta De Triana
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It had been hot in Sanlucar on the coast but it was much hotter inland abut 140km at Puerto Gelves, just outside Seville in a Marina on the river Gaudalivar.Caught up with washing and sat in sun on first day as sooo hot!!Then next day into Seville on the bus. What a beautiful city, lovely squares, pedestrianised streets, fantastic buildings plus old quarters from its arabic, medieval and modernista periods.
Plaza Espana was the most impressive, it ...
... Columbus was pretty interesting and you can walk up the bell tower for some excellent city views, but walking through the treasury that they had on display was a little sickening. Clearly from what they were able to show the church (both the specific cathedral I was in and the organisation as a whole) are doing pretty damn well for themselves but I personally think that if you have to have religion that it should be in support of it's followers, not a means to ...
... gassed up, and were underway again--only an hour’s delay--and an added experience to tell about.
We found the parking lot described by the Tavira travel agent near Seville’s huge Olympic Stadium, left our car, found a city bus station--again by asking a couple people--and were on the way to the city’s center by a fairly circuitous route, arriving near the city’s center around 12:30 or 1.
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... next day we left for lagos and spent the next two days walking the town, swimming and celebrating the amazing night life in lagos. Today we arrived in seville and are happy to be back in a country where we can speak the language with the locals! Tomorrow we head down to tarifa to take the ferry across to tangier where we will spend 8 days in morocco!! Sorry for the quick message but my time alone is becoming more and more limited. Can't wait to see you all soon! Lots of love! ...
The second week of classes began, and I was realizing that the excitement of taking classes in Sevilla was already wearing off. You may be thinking.. Okay, really? That's why you came to Sevilla: TO STUDY ABROAD! Yeah, but when going into this experience, I didn't think of the studying and taking classes part as much as I did the exploring and getting immersed into another culture. It is so hard ...