Hotel Dona Carmela
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 17 euro each- with Egyptian student discount ) and purchased our bull fight tickets for 18 euro. Expensive day after that so we just wondered the streets for a nice tapas bar as it is officially our last night in Spain. I was so nervous to watch the bull fight I wasn't sure If I would get karma for watching something so terrible but I just had to keep reminding myself that I ...
Today we left Madrid - our hotel in Madrid was on the top floor and we had a lovely view from the balcony over the city - it was also 200 metres from the station, so we walked from there to catch the fast train from Madrid to Seville. The station at Madrid is like an airport with boarding lounges etc - not easy to navigate around and you forget that you are catching a train and at 300 Kms an hour the train really moves along. We really love Seville - what a beautiful ...
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We ventured out on the afternoon and meandered through Avenida de Hercules. Big plaza with roman columns at either end and countless bars and tapas bars, the Spaniards like variety in there tapas bars. We found a tapas bar that was recommended by our host. We ask for "dos cerveza por favour" and check out the menu to order. After stumbling through Spanglish we finally get our order in. Can’t remember what it all was, but ...
... about the Spanish exploration of the Pacific, something I knew nothing about. It was very interesting! I then wandered around, bought an ice cream (and it's still January!) and looked in some cute little shops.
The 5th January in Spain is when the arrival of the Three Kings is celebrated. They're a more traditional version of Santa and leave presents in shoes for children. All over the country there are parades where the Kings throw sweets to the children so ...
... take you to all the sights. I continued to struggle with food choices as there seemed to be only fast food or expensive restaurants, with nothing in between, I eventually found some authentic Spanish food in the historic Jewish quarter. I managed to see all the sights and attend a Flamenco show in two days, The Alcazar Palace in Seville was another amazing palace like the Alhambra only smaller. This city being my last in Spain I had time to reflect on all the miles ...