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: …
... Boyce took advantage of the time to talk with Natalie and Tiffany about college, their time at TYWLS, and gave some life advice.
At the last rest stop, we learned about bull fighting and about how the famous running in Pamplona will be available for viewing each morning starting on 7 July.
The hotel in this city is much more peaceful, though still does not have wifi in the hotel rooms, only in the lobby.
Tomorrow, we ...
... city center. Mostly that was due to the fact that the lot I’d planned to park in was full, but we also wanted to go to the Triana neighborhood on the west side of the river so Kristi could do some tile shopping, to find some accent pieces for when we finally stop traveling so much and she can re-do our master bathroom. It became apparent that we’d need to feed everyone, so we ducked into a place that loudly advertised ...
We arrived here yesterday and spent an afternoon lazing in the sun. This morning it was bitterly cold,but we wrapped up well and caught the bus into Seville Centro. We visited the Cathedral, the Giralda and the Alcazar. All I can say is wow x3. I took loads of photos but the WiFi (free) is so weak I daren't risk trying to load them to the blog.
We visited the Cathedral first. By showing our passports to prove we were over ...
... without seeing flamenco dancing, so we visited the Museo of Flamenco Dance on Monday afternoon and returned to enjoy a show in the evening. We went to another performance at the Casa de la Guitarra on Wednesday evening.
Seville has shoe shops galore and I love shoes! How could I be in Seville and not buy zapatos (Spanish for shoes)? My very patient & tolerant husband accompanied me ...