Hotel Casa Imperial
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Some of these buildings don't look like much on the outside but if you can peek in the massive doors open up into wonderful courtyards. Some have the doors open during the day so it is possible to see inside.
Tomorrow I am heading off on a new adventure??? I am flying to Marrakech, Morocco! I am going to be staying about an hour and 1/2 from there in the Berber Cultural Center! Rugs anyone? I bought a one ...
... to work from the apartment (since then I discovered that good
ol’ Starbucks, a 5 minute bike ride away, is a good place for calls). I had
been relying on calls to close friends more than I knew. All of this led to the
conclusion which may be obvious: well-being requires connection. I had that in
Barcelona, and though I was being fed in many ways here in Seville, the human
factor was missing. There are a couple ...
... was not as flamboyant as I expected and she wore a look of agony on her face as she danced. The foursome's singing, dancing and guitar playing was well paced and energetic. The one hour went quickly and we were happy with the show.
Spain 1, Holland 5
Holland was up on Spain as we walked past the cafes to our hotel. The mood was subdued to say the least. The orange clad fans held their joy in check.
In the Courtyard of the Dolls you can see where the original carver ...
... to use for Weapons. In the Counting room, the room which was formerly used for administrative purposes, is displaced Mary’s crown with the second largest pearl in the world.
Which was actually not that big at all. Leading towards the courtyard there was a wooden alligator on the wall which represents a present from the Egyptian pharaoh in order to gain the hand of marriage of a Spanish princess. The Giralda tower was ...