Domocenter Apartamentos Turisticos
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... 4 city walking tours. We did three of the walking tours and learnt so much more than the actual bus tour.
First afternoon we cycled around and got familiar with the city. After two days of cycling and walking we were both pretty tired and saw.
It was of course Christmas in Seville, with lots of charming things happening, music, roasting chestnuts with all the smoke and horse and buggies.
Both Magellan ...
... that has a sheer drop of over 100 metres in places.. We spent the next couple of days walking and exploring the countryside, enjoying the views from all angles. The weather turned, and we walked at times in drizzle. Kerry's hiking boots proved a liability on the wet stone roads, the rubber sole skidding and slipping. Hopeless design, Kathmandu. Ronda was the setting for some of Hemmingway's stories, and Orson Welles ...
... and the night was cool! Shuffling slowly under velvet is apparently hotter than I imagined. We saw the float come to stop in front of the giant church doors and noticed that it was about 2' too high to fit through. A couple guys on a ladder came out and removed the gold halo from around Mary's head. Still about 6" to tall. The guys stood again and inched towards the church doors and slowly lowered themselves to allow Mary to clear the church door by ...
... want to feel like I live here. On the weekends most Americans travel around, and I have had the most amazing times staying here and getting to know the city in a way I haven't really gotten to know any other foreign cities. This weekend, for example, most of my friends went to Oktoberfest in Munich. I stayed here and took a salsa class, visited the cathedral and climbed the highest tower in Sevilla, went to a sports bar to watch the Sevilla soccer ...
... and fisherman as well as a number of ceramic tile factories. The neighbourhood is very colourful and this is where the converted markets are also located. Ian and I may return here on Wednesday to more thoroughly explore the area. We then headed off visit the Basilica Macarena (the Virgin Mary is referred to as the Macarena, we aren't sure why something to do with the city gates according to our guide, but all I can think of is that awful song). The basilica ...