Hotel Casa Imperial
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... around the maze of streets and getting familiar with what is. We discover that lots of small shops are closed until about 4:30-5:00pm but cafés are plentiful and open all day. In the evening we dine at Vineria San Temlo, a Rick Steve's' recommendation. It features many interesting tapas, such as broccoli couscous, stacked eggplant, tomato and goat cheese and salmon quiche. We were pleased with the ...
... dinner until
8:00 P.M., but in Seville the kitchens generally don’t open for dinner until at
I noticed quickly in my first few days in Seville that the Andalusian
Spanish is much easier to understand than Castillian. The letter V is
pronounced as a V instead of a B, the letters Z and C (by itself) as a soft
English S rather than a lisped TH. In that respect it has more in common with most
Latin American Spanish, which makes sense since most ...
... and bought back from Columbus’s travels until we reached the old Muslim quarter. We learned that the housing there is all two stories and quite cheap. They use to use the second story only in winter so they can escape the cold and they use only the bottom story in the summer to escape the heat (Smarty pants’) We made our way through the old buildings and came out the other side right between the Alcazar and the Cathedral. The Cathedral was originally a ...
... boasted an amazing view of the entire city, and lastly we got to see the actual tomb of Cristobal Colon (Christopher Columbus). After we finished up in the Cathedral we walked through the Jewish Quarter and Calle Sierpes, which is a huge touristy street in Sevilla. After that we were free for the day!
Being college students, as excited as we were to see all the places in Sevilla, we were even a little more excited to go out that night. It was even more ...
... wander off into the Barrio in search of a Tapas bar. (Wow we are eating before 3 pm today) and we did not get lost in the Barrio. Wait could it be that we are finally get the lay of the land... We found a little place at the crossroads where three lanes intercept, and we sat facing outward watching the world go by, but mainly we just watched lost tourists trying to figure out where they were on their maps, knowing full well that was so us just a few ...