Hotel Dona Carmela
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... also filled with cyclists and runners that you have to avoid.
We had dinner that night at Vinera San Telmo, a very popular tapas bar. The food was delicious. Between us we ate far more food than two people should be allowed to consume. I particularly enjoyed the breaded prawns, Fraser liked the melted cheese.
The next day we walked around the Santa Cruz and La Arenal areas of Seville taking in the sights. Both areas are ...
... that she wanted to meet, she needed more euros. It was her last night here & everyone was going out to celebrate. Walked to Tetuan (center of town) to give her more euros and bought a gift for her to give to her host mother. Returned to my room and my phone rang, what a pleasant surprise...I had visitors from Peachtree City. It was Ashley Gibson & she & her parents were in ...
... serving sweets. Right away, Seville won us over with the laid back night culture.
Today, wondering around the city was tiring though. Seville is hot, and during the day it is overrun by tourists. We wondered over towards the sites, the gothic cathedral and the moor castle. The whole area is a zoo. Dozens of horse carriages vying for the business of thousands of camera clicking sight seers. We didn't bother entering any ...
... It is one of the most renowned cathedrals in Spain with the third largest collection of fine art. It was pretty amazing. The gigantic columns created with precision and time is always stunning to see! In the center of the cathedral are hundreds of pipes blended with red architecture making up the organ, which I would have died to hear. As Dad and I made our ways around the cathedral we finally found the tomb of Christopher Columbus. It's pretty awesome to say that we ...
... evidenced by their extensive water duct system and the fact that the foundations of their homes are still solid after 2000 years.
As I gazed at the foundations of the houses, the guide told us to try to imagine what they looked like in their splendor. It is fascinating to think of the lives of the people who lived here millenniums ago. What did they do in the heat of the summer? What did they do for fun? Who trained the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet