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: …
... been to, it is completely unpretentious. The Lisboete just do what they have to and get on with it, which I must admit, is quite humbling to see in such a beautiful place. All over Portugal we have been greeted with fantastic hospitality, less our hostel staff in Lisbon, but I will tell that story shortly. Try as I might, my Portuguese is not much good past ordering food and greeting people politely (which is quite useless if you want to be impolite, I must say!). Thankfully ...
... the kids enjoyed a few rides, we left the fairgrounds to walk through old Seville. We saw the most popular attractions: an old Berber tower, a Catholic's Archbishop's palace, the arena of the world's most well-known bullfighting festivals, and a current royal palace in an ancient Moorish ...
... on drums and the parents walking along side really touching.
Rieko and I headed out to find a highly recommended Tapa bar called El Tabanco only about 10 minute walk from our flat. All the other Tapas bars are full again here El Tabanco was pleasantly quiet. So we sat at the bar and had some famous Jerez Sherry (1.5 Euro) per glass and a few Tapas (typical of Jerez region) 2.00 Euros ...
... to the cathedral. The tower is a former minaret used to call Muslims (when Sevilla was ruled by the Islamic Moors) to prayer a few centuries ago. Since the call to prayer happened five times a day, they made a sloped horse path leading to the top instead of stairs. Much easier to climb this tower. The Italians missed out on the ramp technique to climb bell towers We went to a street-side fish restaurant for a quick lunch. Ordering is ...