El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique
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It's hot in Seville! The humidity level is up too, very similar to Barcelona, which takes some of the pleasure out of walking around the city. We wish we had brought a pedometer this trip, because we feel we've walked many miles! Today was no different ...
We started our day waiting in line for the Seville Cathedral, which moved fairly …
Home of superb tapas, spectacular medieval architecture, bull fighting, and the Flamenco – we're in Seville!
Our hotel was recommend by friends of ours, and they didn't disappoint. Although not as authentic as some we've been in, it's quaint and ideally located.
In Spain, most shops open around 10 AM until 2 PM, and again …
... Columbus was pretty interesting and you can walk up the bell tower for some excellent city views, but walking through the treasury that they had on display was a little sickening. Clearly from what they were able to show the church (both the specific cathedral I was in and the organisation as a whole) are doing pretty damn well for themselves but I personally think that if you have to have religion that it should be in support of it's followers, not a means to ...
... in Seville, and the 'Catedral del Toreo' is the perfect place to experience the electric atmosphere of a corrida (bullfight).
Plaza de Espana was built for the Ibero-American exposition of 1929, so a relatively young building for Spain. It is one of the most recognizable squares of Seville. Entry is free!
With limited time I ran around and took as many photos as possible. I was not going ...
... and not a human statue. She informs us that the way you can tell the difference, is that the human statue has a bucket next to it.
The Cathedral itself, Catedral de Santa Marķa de la Sede, is overwhelming. It's big. Largest church in the world at one point, and today the third largest. This is also the final resting place for Christopher Columbus. Maybe we should have realized this before we left, but old Christopher has been a consistent ...