Gran Hotel Lar
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... here. There seems to be alot of sales so it is all well timed!
Seville is impressive and I love the feel of it - spacious, green, clean and well structured. There were some smelly parts in the city but overall great. There is a lot of history with one of the main things being Seville was founded by Hercules, Christopher Columbus set sail from here to discover America.
... the crowds and it was a good way to relax before taking on the traffic again.
When we finally went back to the city to get to the car, we made a quick stop by the bull ring. They were getting ready for a fight so we didn't stay long but there were tons of people selling things to get ready for it. Imagine a baseball game Spanish style. Food, fans, seat pillows and posters for the fight. We wanted to see the inside of ...
... is refreshed mid-day and has the energy for longer nights. I will write more about this in future entries, but I must say a mid-day nap has been the way to go for me!
It's been awhile since I've written and I'm still catching up!
Up next will be entries in the following places:
Córdoba, Málaga, Ronda, Cádiz, and Granada (all Spanish cities) along with Rabat, Morocco and Chefchaouen, Morocco... stay tuned!
... than its decoration) but it was absolutely crammed with other tourists and with huge tour groups - it's easily the most crowded church I've ever been to. The bell tower design was awesome - it was built by the Moors in a way that would allow a rider on horseback to ascend to the top to perform the call to prayer, which for us modern-day tourists means an easy walk up ramps with no stairs (until you get up to the top levels, which were added after the cathedral was taken back by ...
I am typing this blog with a very heavy heart. At this point in time, I had greatly enjoyed my experience in Sevilla and didn't want to say good-bye but I was also looking forward to getting home. Honestly, if I hadn't gotten so sick during my last few days here, I think I would have wanted to stay a bit longer. However, that was not the case. My body was spent and I was ready to go home and rest. I felt exhausted in every way possible: physically, ...