Hotel Derby Sevilla
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... at the architecture and the riches there. Initially built as a mosque it was irreparably damaged in an earthquake and again when Fernando came to power he decided it had to become a Cathedral. Photos will not do justice to the magnificence of this place of worship and regular readers will know we have seen SOME churches on this trip. This is truly a place to put on your bucket list if you appreciate religious history. Everyone had a go here and right now the Christians ...
... because the man spoke so rapidly and for such a long time that we couldn't actually understand him and decided taking a picture was a better use of time than attempting to comprehend. Casa de Pilatos would have housed a very rich family but what is of most interest within the home are the 120 different styles of tile. Walking throughout the home, like the palace, gives you a sense of how much decoration was used. Every inch ...
... slices,and a huge plate of scrambled eggs with olive oil slathered potato chunks, caramelised onions, and chorizo. Waddled slowly back to the apartment and lay in the sun all afternoon. Our flight isn't till 22.15 tonight, so not into Stansted till midnight. Hope it isn't too cold and ...
... to be up at a reasonable time to go exploring again.
I had breakfast on Saturday morning in the Jardines de Murillo (the Murillo gardens) that are just down the road from the hostel. I then walked to Real Alcázar which the hostel's barman had told me has some amazing architecture. I decided to take the guided tour as I didn't know anything about it. I do now! It's the oldest royal palace that's still in use in Europe. The architecture is a mixture of Arabic, ...
... with all the new guests for the day welcoming them, there is also one near the door to farewell those that were checking out. The hostel had a lovely green garden at the back and an open lounge and kitchen, it was the most homely hostel I have stayed in so far, everyone was very social and friendly.
The first morning I went for a free walking tour. The tour guide was a funny man called Philippe, he was very entertaining. This was a great tour around the ...