Hotel Dona Carmela
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Left the beach at Sanlucar de Barrameda around 10 and drove for 2 hours to Puerto de Gelves which has motorhome parking at the marina, €15.00 including showers, electricity and Wi-Fi. The drive was a reminder how these dry weather countries adapt to irrigation techniques. All along the drive there were conventional dykes with pumps and diverters to keep the crops in some places there was a raised channel ...
... at Plaza de Espana and Plaza de Las
Americas. The archaeological museum is the better of them and mostly houses
artefacts from the Roman era in Spain, mostly from Italica, the Roman era city
a few miles outside of Seville that was the largest Roman settlement in Spain and
the birthplace of emperors Hadrian and Trajan. Also fairly interesting was the
Archivo de las Indias, a combined repository of all documents relating to Spain’s
conquests and activities in the ...
... by a hedge and path all the exits where cordoned off but we did see the fountain feeding the pond with a little stream of water built into the path. Back tracking to the paved courtyard we went straight and entered a brightly coloured room with tall ceilings and tapestries littered the walls. The tapestries and tiles were all of an aquatic theme featuring ships, mermaids and water horses with a few featuring coats of arms. A wave of school kids entered the chamber so Mark and ...
... and finished up by seeing the Macarena Church, which the girls proceeded to dance to the Macarena in front of and drew quite crowd of onlookers. The train ride home was long even on a high speed train, about three hours, but it was nice and relaxing after a tiring weekend. Sevilla seemed like an amazing place and I wish I had more time to explore there. The culture is definitely different from that of Madrid, although I am still glad Madrid is where I'm studying.
... bullrings in Spain are circular) The ring is higher in the centre than near the stalls to give the bullfighter an advantage - he can sprint downhill to get behind the barricade, while the bull has to come to a stop to avoid crashing into it. As we stood there in the blazing sun, we could see why some of the most expensive seats were the ones located in he shade. The ring also has its own small chapel for the bull fighters to pray before and after the the Corrida, I ...