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 …
... overwhelming and it is a clash of different styles of architecture. The Mosque itself underwent several extensions under different rulers. After the Christians conquered the Moors they built a cathedral right in the middle of the massive prayer area in the Mosque, to stamp the might of Christianity over Islam. I personally prefer the Islamic parts of the structure, as I found the Christian/Catholic sections a bit OTT. Our guide Carmen provided us with so much interesting ...
... We drove through one torrential downpour which the farmers obviously need. It seemed to be a wheat growing area as there still havent been any sign of significant stock numbers, only wild sheep in the mountains and a few goats which produce cheese as goat meat hasn't appeared on the menu. The country side was more gently rolling than home, as we stopped at a super market on the edge of a town 40 kms out of Sevilla to ...
... Christians doing holy things and so on to the Plaza de Espana which was a grand horseshoe shaped palace with exotic gardens. Too much to see or indeed to take in, except that one is left with a marvellous sense of well being. The city abounds with parks and classic buildings, quite delightful.Back to the hotel for a quiet coffee and to rest the feet. Next it's off to explore the arena district........ Retirement is like a long holiday! ...