Hotel Dona Carmela
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... I ponder this as I hike from the commuter train station towards the historical sector. I figure I should at least take another video clip of the extraordinary Plaza de Espana, one of the grandest plazas in the world. But unfortunately it’s all getting redesigned with construction material scattered all over the place, kind of spoiling the view. I head towards the area around the Giralda just to soak in the vibe of that place one more time. I come across a ...
... rgb(245, 246, 248);">The cars there have this strange feature that when you're not in gear, and the clutch is not engaged, the engine shuts off. I thought I screwed up, but John says that's how that works. I did stall out once; the gearing ratios are different than I am used to....
... the Seville cathedral more than the Mezquita in Cordoba or not. The latter is more unique in style but spent more time inside the former.
Time for a spot of lunch in proper Spanish time. Service was pretty poor but a red wine, some calamari and anchovies went down well [11E].
Sought out the Museo de los Indios, the third World Heritage Site part of Seville. Its Cuban mahogany shelves house records of the Spanish exploration of ...
Up at a reasonable time Leanne and Luisa had been out in search of breakfast, we awake to a typical Spanish breakfast of churros and another deep fried batter concoction. Offset with some scrambled egg and toast as well as some coffee we are picked up by Luis again who takes out into the country to an unknown location to me but known to the girls. We arrive at the xxxx horse stud. Filled with beautiful white Spanish horse we get a tour in English. ...
... serve fresh Cruzcampo beer from the tap. Find a seat on the stone steps of the little church and watch the day go by. This we did. The Plaza was packed with locals. We bought gambas, prawns in batter, and chunks of fish in a light, tempura batter flavoured with cumin and salt. The bar next door was crowded, glasses of foaming beer being handed across the crowd, plates of olives produced from earthenware bowls next to the beer taps, and now and then a wooden hatch opening with ...