Petit Palace Canalejas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the town of Seville. We had to walk up 34 ramps and when you reached the top there were a few steps before you reach the top...the view from here was spectacular. The bells were amazing and on the quarter hour would ring once and on the half hour and hour would ring several times. It was loud !!!! We stopped for lunch and had gazpacho, paella, beer and a chocolate dessert. So far I have ...
... in. The trick is knowing when to force yourself to slow down, which is something both Dennis and I have always struggled with. Combined, we are a very ambitious duo--at least when it comes to traveling.
We loved Sevilla--its youthful energy, colorful architecture, party atmosphere and the almost-tropical feel to the city design, with lots of palm trees and buildings that would look at home in the Caribbean. We threw ourselves into exploring the city, ...
... sit and relax.
Early in the morning, walked across the Rio Guadalquivir to the Mercado Triana for breakfast ( as suggested by Lonely Planet). The building, built specifically for the markets, was beautiful, and the stalls open had a wonderful array of food. Breakfast was very average, with the Lonely Planet recommended suggestions not being known nor offerred.
Las Teresas, the bar described as a " go to destination" for a display ...
... then started looking for a taxi. I eventfully found one at the Cathedral, but as mishaps and Natalie go hand in hand, because of the way the roads are set up, he had to drive around back to where I had just run from. Typical. I still managed to get there in time to get a pretty good seat and a 'flamenco cloud' cocktail, which was very sugary and limy. I'm so glad that I went to the show, because it will definitely be a top highlight from my trip. ...
... I sat down to enjoy some coffee and pastries. We even made friends with the peacocks walking around! When it came time to leave, I was so reluctant. I just wanted to stay there forever!
Later that night, I decided to go out with a few friends to the bars around the infamous Calle Betis. This street is full of people, especially those around my age who just want to relax and a good time! I met up with Tori and many other people from her group. We ...