Hotel Dona Carmela
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... food too. Everyone eats up on the rooftop which in cold months is converted into an enclosed area with a bar and comfy seating.
Started my adventure here viewing the Catedral de Sevilla. According to one of the hostel workers it's the third largest gothic cathedral in the world. Impressive. This place was actually originally a mosque in the 1100's. Christopher Columbus's tomb is inside on display. Didn't know this before I came. Kind of a ...
... love Spain :) I went back to Cadiz again for another full day a few days after my first visit and STILL only covered some of the old city and none of the new city. As you stroll through these little streets, they wind in and out and you get turned around. Nowhere is a "bad" place...it just means you see different things. Getting lost leads to great surprises!! I did stick to the amazing coastline (I'm a sucker for water and sunshine!!) but had I veer off down a little street ...
... but it didn’t work out very well. Andrew and I will have to take lessons :).
Today we also went to the Antiquarium, which was very cool. Once we got there Andrew was impressed, but before when I told him it was Roman ruins and not an aquarium (I may have said I wanted go to 'that thing that sounds like aquarium…?’) he was slightly disappointed. Not that he doesn’t like Roman ruins, but he really likes aquariums. The Antiquarium is a ...
Amelia's alarm went off at 8am to a Lady Antebellum song. We both had slept like tired grizzly bears all night. She headed off to her last day of a full day of school. I headed off back to bed! Woke up to the maids being seriously loud, then saw that it was 12:30pm ~ I quickly forgave them. It is very sunny and warm out today, thank goodness. Guess I will be taking those new red jeans home with the tags still on them. Couldn't wait to get ...
... a whole array of swirling skirts, men playing guitars, everyone singing and dancing impromptu flamenco. It looked amazing, natural, and probably the way to see true flamenco dance. Final destination for Spain was Jerez, home of sherry. Of course the town was closed for a festival, but we did manage to see a bodega or two, and now sherry is filed in the same learning file as saki......rubbish and don't ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet