El Bulli Hotel - Hacienda Benazuza
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Bliss! It's lovely when a friend comes to stay. It's as much of a delight and a holiday for me as for them I think. This time Frankie wasn't arriving at Wareham train station, but appearing, looking glamorous, in the lobby of our hotel in Seville! It's so right that she's our first visitor in Spain, her enthusiasm and encouragement helped us get here! We had 3 happy days, sipping wine by the Triana river, nibbling tapas and ...
... supplier of cigars and cigarettes in Europe. It's main claim to fame is it is the location in which Bizet's opera 'Carmen' is set. A walk up through the centre of town to the church of San Salvador which must be the ugliest church we have seen - it is supposed to be a prime example of Andalusian Baroque but is so over ornate and gilded it looks obscene. After a stop for refreshments in a sunny square, we went to the delightful Palace de Lebrija - until recently a private home ...
On the move again. Portugal is my next stop. With bus ticket in hand I'm off to Lisbon via Seville.
I managed to sit next to an Aussie guy named Ashley. So the journey was better than the last as I had someone that spoke English next to me. With only 40 minutes till arrival in Seville, I noticed the bus started to wobble and shake going down the mountain. A sudden thud and more shaking. I looked at Ashley and ...
... t got lost yet, but I am sure it will happen tomorrow. Sevilla is the birthplace of flamenco dancing and bull fighting and it is evidenced everywhere. There is no English around much which makes it tricky, luckily Liz and Jase, we learnt our Spanish from you - 2 cervaza por favor :) is all we need to know. Checked out some cathedrals and shops today, we are here for the next few days before we head to Malaga which is back by the ...
Today is the last day I get to spend with my parents in Spain before I have to begin my study abroad program through Spanish Studies Abroad. The three of us woke up and enjoyed a wonderful breakfast together in the hotel before departing for the biggest destination of the trip: Sevilla! My mom had made friends with this little white cat that lingered about the hotel grounds while we were staying there, so she was very sad to leave "Snowball" behind, as we called her. (I guess she ...