Hotel Casa Imperial
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... It had been a perfect evening. When i got outside it was still light so I decided to wander around a little more, window shopping and shopping shopping, and found myself in the strangest plaza, Plaza de Encarnacion, which had a huge modern structure that felt very out of place in a city full of tradition. I have so much to do tomorrow, because Sevilla has so much to offer! Best moment: flamenco Worst moment: running late for flamenco Fave photo: Plaza de ...
... beautiful courtyards of lovely homes.
The Cathedral of Seville fills a large city block. The photos will tell the story of high ceilings, dark corners, gilded domes and tiles floors.
After a walk through the exceptionally well maintained Alcazar, we drove to the Plaza de Espana, built for the Iberio-American Exposition of 1928.
... in various places, using backpacks as pillows some asleep - they must have just finished 'their journey'. A team of cyclists rolled into the square and there was an outbreak of applause, hugs and hi-fives all round. Inside the church, a usually spectacular sight, was followed by Lindsay getting frisky, with a cheeky kiss, from St James. The day ended with a drink, on one of the many squares as the sun came down. That night, after a bit of a drive, sleep was had in a camperstop in the small town of ...
... start running with the horse (it didn't help that the instructor started asking if any of us wanted to try it) and so without hesitation I kicked my horse and the ****er took off down the rode. It honestly was easier then trotting because it was much more of a fluid motion but every now and again my horse started looking left which made his body start going left which made me pull right and made me almost fall off. As everyone else started to catch ...
... by the rider only. The horses attract the attention of the bull, and when it charges towards the horses, the picador uses his large lance to slice open the muscle on top of the neck of the bull.
Apparently, the reason they do this is twofold: One, to tire out the bull so that it lowers its head for the rest of the bullfight. Two, to release enough blood that the bull doesn't have a heart attack from all the adrenaline rushing through ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking