Hotel Casa Imperial
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... BUT they are not ***********e is giving the 3rd degree to her travel "organiser"....NO I WANT the Palace Suite....Yes ........but does it rain all day in Mumbai...I need to know if I need a pullover at night......BOOK IT NOW!!!!! BA - Captain (Squadron Leader really) Thompson-Smith welcomes us aboard in a Battle of Britain "Hello chaps" way. Off we go and the 2hr flight passes quickly. We were running 15 mins late and a ...
... out of each fountain. The intense purple of the Jackaranda trees against the very blue and cloudless skies, the orange lantana and various coloured bougainvillias brightened every part of the gardens and created lovely vistas begging to be photographed. Tired after our walking we returned to the apartment for a siesta - a great local tradition and we can see why, as nothing starts til after 9pm. We went to an amateur flamenco show at a well ...
... lost. We wandered down to the spa area and it is the catacombs, all tiled with rooms off from every angle.
As the temperature in this part of Spain is hitting record highs for this time of year, Bern is not as agreeable when another long walk is suggested in 37 degree heat. We actually had a swim in the rooftop pool which has to be seen to be believed.
Explore Sevilla tomorrow.
... and Mudéjar influences and parts of the palace have been added and changed throughout the centuries. The Alcázar was made during Christian rule even though the building's style is overwhelmingly Moorish. The filigree-style stone carving and colourful tiles make the Alcázar different to any other historical building I've seen. Christian buildings are impressive but in a different way. The high vaulted ceilings and the abundance of gold in Catholic churches are ...
... the edge of the river.
A Not So Small Find
My second day I planned to go back and look at the monuments in a little more detail and check out the inside of a couple, so while meandering though the narrow streets (some you can touch both walls) I stumbled across the Roman columns in Calle Marmoles. The three columns date back to the 1st century in the time of Empora Hadrian they are nearly nine meters high made of Egyptian granite and ...