Hotel Derby Sevilla
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... the s...storm of hostel review sites worked in our favour! So we had a slightly larger room (8 square meters with a tiny balcony) and we made it the five days. That was until we waited in the apt block lobby for 20 mins as the aforementioned awful staff went out for lunch at 7pm when we needed to retrieve our luggage to catch a bus in an hour! This did not leave a happy taste in our mouth. Thankfully we anticipated being over hostels by the time we got here, and have been staying a ...
Random Sevilla sights and sounds (actually not all that different from the other towns we've visited so I guess I should call them sights and sounds of Spain). Sights: Walls of flowers, Flower boxes, Balconies, Long white communion dresses, Carriages, Churches, Public phones, Bullring, Orange trees, Gypsies, Rosemary, Cobblestones, Cafés, Tiles walls, Palm fronds woven into ...
... could not turn down a free xmas Gingerbread late though....for fun we dropped by a Dunkin Donuts! and grabbed some funky designed donuts for the kids.
Back at flat as Kina has homework to attend to. Then off to the Gym. We joined a great Gym here called Cuesta Sport, huge and we are able to go anytime we want. Only 10 minute walk from the flat. So after the Tapas we need th Gym big time.
We arrived in the city of Sevilla in time for a late morning tour of the giant castle called Alcazar. This Sevillano landmark was first the site of a Roman fort and later for over four centuries as a Moorish palace. When Spain reconquered the region, the castle was converted for royal Spanish use, but most of the existing architecture and the expansive gardens were left as-is. The blending of Moorish and Renaissance influences works well here. We were ...
... 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 ...