El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique
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... room, which I booked through www.airbnb.com, was small but had everything I needed including air conditioning thankfully. The room was one of those where the toilet was next to the shower, which was at the foot of the bed, which was next to the desk. Oh, to save a buck!! Anyway, I just needed it for sleeping.
The next morning, I made my way to Plaza Virgen de los Reyes which is the heart of the tourist district in front of the Seville Cathedral. To start off with, I ...
... back to the hotel as Luis was very tired. After a nap we headed out to do some shopping and then for more tapas. The tapas were delicious and Luis found something that he could eat. We then went in search for churros con chocolate. Unfortunately, the churros were really oily and salty. The hot chocolate was good though, so we finished that and went back to the hotel to ...
... the distance on my balcony, waiting for a strolling minaret to croon to me from the sun dappled street below. HUH HMMM! Anyway back to reality. Torremolinos was fairly awful apart from the last night when I met my new idol (move over Dolly Parton) that is Gaynor. Decked out in a fur coat and glammed to the max she advised me that a fur coat could be a defining purchase in my life-shes 80 years old and I wouldn't feel comfortable arguing with that kind of life ...
... of the streets seemed packed and yet we were keen to sit down. We finally happened upon what looked like a side table with tiny children’s stools on a sidewalk and decided to nab it. By the looks of the rest of the bars seating options, we likely could have sold it for a fairly high price!
We ordered dos cervezas, una tapas (combo platter) and a plate of olives. Mel and I have both been trying to learn to like olives, so we ...
... including the Cathedral, the Alcazar, Barrio Santa Cruz, along the river by Torre del Oro, and then over to Plaza de Espana and Parque Maria Luisa. Near the Torre del Oro I went to the floating bar that I had frequented when I lived in Sevilla. I had an Alhambra beer there (the main beer from Granada). I really enjoyed being back at Plaza de Espana cause it is just such a cool complex. The fountain in the middle was even up and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed