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Travel Blogs from Seville
... decided to go out and see the town and we were in luck becuase that was the last day of La Feria. La Feria is week long party and has countless tents filled with delicious food and people dancing the Flamenco (it is said that it originated from Seville). We met Mike, an American from Miami and had a great time.
What is wonderful about Mafi is she has a warm and welcoming personality. She had no problem telling me all about the types of ...
hola! its been awhile, im sorry. I've been busy becoming a local- and a tourist.
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lets see, where do i start?
oh wow, would you look at that? todays the 23rd which means that I've been away from home for exactly 16 days. I'm feeling mostly summer camp symptoms- missing home, totally used to a new schedule, and still excited about everything ...
... plus and moving slowly. We opted to be on holiday rather than to be in line and kept walking. The largest gothic cathedral ever will wait. We hunted another site of interest west of the church, but it was closed to the public so we walked on to the Plaza de San Francisco and the magnificently elaborate city hall. We worked our way east back to the Alfalfa and La Bodega, just in time to get seats before the Saturday lunch crowd descended like the Simpsons to fill the place and ...
... Cathedral and note that it is still open, so pay to go in. From the outside its all angles and looks like it would have many areas or rooms. Inside it is just this huge cavernous place with great marble pillars, lots of pewter, lots of gold (Catholic, you see....) Small alcoves line the walls and while we are looking at some of these, notice a sign that says ' Tour of Giralda'. Clearly my tour guide was somewhat remiss with his homework on the ...
... area at some point. We also saw XVII graffiti, contrary to current ones, you had to pay in order to have the right to write on the walls of the city. These graffiti were used exclusively to announce that you had graduated from university. Talk about posting it on your wall a few centuries ago. Finally we arrived to Plaza España, built for the IberoAmerican presentation, this plaza is in the shape of a semi- circle, facing towards the Americas. It has a canal, with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet