Petit Palace Canalejas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Our first experience with high speed trains. What a treat. From the super modern Marie Zambora station with shops and restaurants to quick security to boarding. Fast and slick. Found the train fairly comfy too. Arrived at 10 am and hit the ground running. 2 hour walking tour to get an understanding this city.
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By the time we finished (after 10) it got dark, and we had a pretty walk home to see the city ...
... our ferry return to England. We have made a tentative arrangement to catch up there. It has proven very difficult to befriend people in campsites,.. the language barrier is a major problem. As our Dutch friends said,.. 'the Dutch are generally fluent in English and love to befriend people'. He may well be right.Friday saw us on the bus into town again. We sought out the Sightseeing Tour bus and bought our tickets. The complete tour took some 2 hours,.. from start to ...
... and ornamentation. The Moorish kings built a huge palace over many acres and kept adding more rooms and wings to accommodate staff and government. The conquering Spaniards added more staff and government and expanded the castle even further. The castle gardens has an old and new section, both which were well underway before we were even a country. They've got some giant specimens growing here. Our introduction to the city of Sevilla included a visit ...
... so I wasn't starved :) The next morning I headed off not so bright or early for a large supermarket that I'd found on Google nearby to stock up on supplies for the next few days. For the most part it turns our supermarkets the world over are relatively similarly organised, but it was still quite interesting to figure out what I was buying given that all the labels are in Spanish. After dropping off my groceries to the apartment I went out and replaced my iPad as my ...