Hotel Derby Sevilla
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... tram to Plaza Neuva and walked back to our apartment from there. We tried a restaurant nearby, and Jack tried Thai spring rolls and soup, while I had a rice dish. Both were good. The next day was the Alcazar. Since we had a set entry time, I took advantage of the time to walk to the bus station to purchase tickets for our trip to Lagos, while Jack relaxed in the apartment. It was an adventure to follow the convoluted directions leading me through back alleys and ...
A very late start.... Off to supermarket to gather supplies. Then off for an exploration of Seville. A very attractive city ... Lots of colour and flamboyance.... In dress, buildings and colours everywhere. Lots of flowers and colourful tiles and building trims. Went to the University which was spectacular then the cathedral ..... Third biggest in world!!! Gothic style. There is a lot of Arab influence here from past years. Called into a ...
Hola, I am back in Seville. Cut the Gibraltar trip short as I am going to do another workaway and need to get there tomorrow. Luckily not too far from here, about an hour bus ride towards Portugal. Nice to be back in Seville, it is such a nice city. Also nice to be able to have some alcohol! In Morocco they like to refer ...
... of our fellow passengers before heading back for bed. Sunday 31st August We are off to Toledo today so at 8.30 we left Madrid with our travelling companions and made south for an hour before we arrived in this medieval city. It has about 85,000 citizens of which 12,000 live in the city itself. The scene set from our viewing position high above the city was awe inspiring . The Alcazar and Cathedral set amongst other ancient buildings. This was the capital of Spain in moorish ...
... life!. Today we enter a charming mediaeval restaurant with delicate patisserie and freshly squeezed orange juice. Our Hotel is a converted 17th Century town house located in the heart of old Seville. Imagine a labyrinth of cobbled streets just wide enough to squeeze down in a small car. It has a beautiful roof terrace with a vista look overlooking the surrounding maze of historic streets and churches. Sadly, we have been beaten to it! Sitting by the ...