El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique
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Travel Blogs from Seville
... laughing. May be laughing at us, not with us.
Back to the cathedral where there were no queues. What an awful, gloomy, ostentatious place that is. It is not even like a church, it has no soul. I like it on the outside though and of course it is gigantic, third in size to St Peters and St Paul's.
I tried to shop but could not find one thing I wanted to buy except for a fan. I saw one in Barcelona - a modern ...
... time they opened the door, there was a queue behind me.
I was seated just inside the door. While waiting for my order, I talked to couple from UK. I discovered why their was a queue for lunch, as the restaurant is very nice and somewhat posh and probably has a great reputation. I noticed that the staff are very particular about table arrangements, with everything lined up very neatly and with great precision. It reminded me of the Royal ...
... Enough. But not yet. The thing that has struck me the most is the beautiful colors.
Not a lot of tourists which is nice. The local people seem very nice, but we're finding that less speak English than in the other countries we've visited lately so we will have to keep our English-Spanish dictionary handy.
Tomorrow, early start to Granada.
Picture count after Day 1
... a total of four hours and were able to see much of the center city. The CEA global campus, in which I will be taking three classes, is a new establishment for them. Before they refurbished the place it was used as a palace. There is a courtyard and some pretty nice building architecture as well as a great staff to tie it all together. In our new friend groups, we were able to venture around the center and explore some unseen territory. We ended up taking a self tour of the University ...
... be they halls or courtyards or fountains or gardens, make a deep impression on the visitor. It does not have the star quality of Granada's Alhambra with its hilltop location and iconic water channeling lions, but does hold its own (some plasterwork were apparently brought here from the Alhambra in the 19th century).
One would have thought that bullfighting in Spain goes back several centuries but we learned that it began only in the 18th ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed