Petit Palace Canalejas
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... giving the effect of floating in the air. We headed up for the view [perhaps 3rd to 4th floor level] which was not bad re some distant churches [6E].
We opted to have a bite at a cafe in the same plaza. John thought the menu was limited due to closing but it was in fact the opposite. We shared three tapas and downed three very cold and appreciated beers [10E]. Dunno what the beer was Roddy but it was draft and cold, all I really cared about at that ...
... whenever Ben and I wanted to do something that was not allowed, nothing good ever came from it. It took Ben coaxing me into not going forth with my plan. Probably a good thing, but we’ll never know…
We also had the opportunity to visit and explore the Seville Cathedral. This is the largest gothic cathedral in the world and is the 3rd largest cathedral in size (The Vatican is #1 followed by St. Paul’s Cathedral in London).
... luxuries. We kept walking up and up and up to a brilliant view over the city of Granada and of the Alhambra - Granada's largest tourist attraction, and old Arabic castle turned palace. When the tour had finished we were all very hot and dusty so some chill out time was in order before beginning a tapas crawl that lasted several hours I do love that every drink you order comes with a free tapas! The next day I'd had very good intentions of waking up and going to stand ...
... most important objective in planning this odyssey in Europe. We much prefer the surprises we find in non-touristy small villages, out-of-the-way beaches, mountains and the ancient countryside.
But since we met Marcella (a beautiful young woman from Santa Maria Da Feira in northern Portugal who lives in Tavira and works at “our” shop, Longhina, and serves as our Portuguese language instructor), and since Marcela is taking advantage of her days ...
... cool and a bit different was under the umbrellas there was a sprinkler type system that put a mist of water on you as you ate to keep you cool. By the time we had finished we were feeling rather full. We wandered around Seville taking in the sights, enjoying the warmth and sun.
Our favourite place was Plaza de Espaņa it was a palace built in 1929 so as far as European palaces go, ...