EME Catedral Hotel
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... and we managed to leave just as the bells rung scaring the **** out of most people up there.
After the visit to the Cathedral we decided to grab dinner at a nearby restaurant. So far we'd only been to TripAdvisor recommended restaurants which have all been divine. This one was less so. Our waiter was a little abrupt and the dishes were only OK. This experience has just reaffirmed for me the value of using ...
... until it is gone. Although I am not fully healthy, I am feeling much better and ready to travel. I am more excited for Portugal than you could ever imagine.
In case you were unaware, while in Morocco, I won a dance contest and won a free trip to Portugal. This included transportation to and from Portugal from Sevilla, 2 nights and 3 days in a 4 star hotel, right next to 3 beautiful beaches, with breakfast buffet, trips to ...
... amazing - largest Gothic church in the world, third largest of all churches in the world. We climbed the Giralda for some great views over Sevilla and over the Caterdal and it's courtyard of...you guessed it...orange trees. We then had a really nice tapas lunch in a good little tapas bar in the Barrio Arenal (we tried to get into Nick's favourite tapas bar, but it is also a lot of other people's favourite ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">We went in search of flamenco practically every night. We paid for a show which was amazing- small but professional. 4 performers- a singer, guitarist and 2 dancers (male and female) it was very powerful and dramatic. The rhythms were very complex. We also went to a bar for a casual performance by locals. There were singers, pianists, guitarists and dancers. There was a really fun vibe.
... largest in the Roman empire).
Anyway, it's absolutely a worthwhile place to visit, though probably would be better on a slightly cooler day.
The parks around Plaza Espana were huge and great and the Plaza itself is very impressive. It was all built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition.
The waffle-walk was neat too. Great views of Seville with it's hundred of Church bell towers and spires lit up at night.