Convento La Gloria
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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: …
... in the center of the city. I’ve seen it
described as the world’s largest wooden structure, a claim about which I’m
somewhat skeptical, but the four year old structure is quite unique and
When in Andalusia one of the touristy things everyone has to
do is attend a flamenco performance. I understand many of these to be large
tourist-oriented spectacles with fancy dresses and well-choreographed dancing
that appeals to most to ...
... about wanting to throw up and more shhh’s and shut ups I don’t want to wake up Adam as he made his way to the bathroom. I then heard what I like to call the bathroom monologue. He talked out loud to himself about his 2 months on Contiki and how awesome Seville is. He then moaned about how he wanted to sleep and go to bed. And kept asking me where he was, to which I replied you’re in the hotel bathroom. He then stated that he wanted to be sick (good ...
... it was time for some sustenance to see us through the afternoon of sightseeing we had planned. We found a little restaurant not too far away where we decided to have lunch - Ian had a salad with sheep cheese and I chose the paella with meat and vegetables. Ian really enjoyed his salad but I found the paella average (better than the one in Barcelona, but none the less not great) - it was too salty and a bit mushy. I am sure Matt Preston would use ...
... the nightlife of Sevilla on Calle Alfalfa (after getting good and lost, obviously).
Our Sunday was spent wandering around the town and enjoying the Plaza de Espana. It was BEAUTIFUL. There is so much history and tradition packed into every detail of the building. We spent hours exploring the courtyard and the building and the gardens surrounding it. Monday morning was spent touring the Alcazar, the oldest functioning palace in Europe. Again, it ...