Hotel Dona Carmela
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and then to the cathedral and buy pass the long line because you already have a ticket! And it worked! When I was standing in line at the first church I was talking to some fellows from Soith Korea and they had figured out the same thing. They asked me if I had been to the Alhambra and I said no and they told me how to avoid having to buy the ticket ahead of time and stand in a long line. Good things to know! Enjoy the photos. Adventure ...
Capítulo 13- El invierno está llegando
This is going to be a combo blog of a couple different things in Madrid, as well as my trip to Sevilla for a half a day. I'm going to save my trip to Morocco for a separate blog.
School work has been getting quite a bit more intense lately, with multiple papers, projects and tests in every class. It has been limiting my ability to travel around the city during the week so I've been spending most of my time working either ...
It was a late night, but slept in finally! Awoke around 10:30, got out of hotel and into Seville centro around 12:30. We have to get outta town by 4pm so we can turn the rental car into Granada by 7:30pm. That should give us plenty of time to see the sites. Of course our first priority is to find that Starbucks which is finally available! Then we will worry about secondary things like food and the sites. We found it and were not let down. Plus it was right next ...
... Andrea wanted to find some shops which we hadn't seen until now. Ok to me as at least they would have airco, the temperature was around 40 and pretty unbearable by now ! We found the main shopping street and went to check out the Spanish sales :-) After 2 hours we had enough and got our car to go to Marco where we parked inside his building. We all went down and sat around the pool, the only place where there's a good temperature. Around 10 again we went for a ...
... It is the third largest in Europe, following only St. Peter’s and St. Paul’s. The scale of Gothic columns is more than my camera can depict. I'll just say it was really, really tall!!! The other three climbed the thirty-four ramps and one staircase to the top of the Giralda -- the tower -- and took some shots from there. The reason there ...