Convento La Gloria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsConvento La Gloria Seville
Quel belle résidence ! Merveilleusement située, très typique du style Andalou, personnel très serviable !
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Le 29 décembre 2014,
Près de 150 photos. Vous allez le voir le palais, et surtout les jardins...
Par contre, pas de visite des appartements royaux. Je n'ai pas eu le réflexe d'acheter dès l'arrivée, et quand je suis arrivée au petit comptoir pour ce tour spécial, il était 10:30 et ils étaient déjà "sold out" jusqu'à 13: …
... the balcony of an apartment overlooking the street is is 1,500€ for the duration of the parade. Not the apartment, just the balcony and the use of the toilet! We went through narrow alleys selling only shoes, to narrow streets selling only wedding dresses - no unusual wedding attire in these shops. We stopped at the lively Plaza del Salvador to view the site of Sevilla's older mosque, and through a narrow alley to Plaza Antigua, where some stores still have ...
Lovely slow start to the day.... Just the ringing and ringing of bells from the Cathedral. Set off for Plaza de Espana....a huge semi circle building with coloured tiles and all regions represented around it in coloured patterns, maps and crests. There is a lake and boats with arched bridges and a real show piece to the city. The surrounding gardens are also very beautiful with many fountains and ponds. Lots of shade!!!!!
After a ...
Today is a school holiday so we decided to go to Sevilla for the weekend! It's about a 2 and half hour train ride from Madrid were we had a little time to grab some yummy pastries and a coffee before our train left. We got to Santa Justa station and grabbed a cab to our apartment. As we drove into the city center, you could see why Spaniards love this city which is the fourth largest in Spain. The streets are lined with orange trees and filled with busy ...
... a temporary exhibition of El Greco and Cezanne and we spent the rest of the day marvelling at the masterpieces displayed in this museum. You will know I am not a particular art critic but there is no doubt that the pieces displayed here are world famous and we both appreciated the opportunity to see firsthand these beautiful pieces of work. This museum houses so many masterpieces it is impossible to see the all in a week, let alone half a day but all too soon we had to taxi ...