Residencia y Restaurant Fernando III
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... The Metropole Parasol is a recent addition to the city and is a giant wooden structure over a square in the old quarter. It is somewhat incougrous and it is totally unrelated to the surrounding architecture but it works, its organic in shape and resembles a series of trees rising out of the forest floor creating a canpopy if shade for a cooling plaza with bars and places to rest. The views from the top were lovely, the city is set on plains, nestled ...
... great way to work off Tapas and get ready for the next round.
We will list our our favorite and best recommended Tapas bars next.
- La Azotea (they have 3 locations all very good Banos location is best)
- 5J (Cinco Jotas) all over Spain a bit higher priced but very good. Execellent Iiberico Jamon (one of the best we had).
- Kiko Comida Casida (the best home cooked Tapas and dishes in town) small spot down a back alley ...
... obviously at the front of the queue. The system must be a bit like a taxi rank with all drivers on the hunt but having to supply any prey to the carriage dictated by the ordered system. Oh well.
It was still a great experience riding through the narrow streets and even on to the bustling broad city roads among heavy vehicle and motor bike traffic with the horse totally unfazed. Our guide pointed out the major landmarks though was unable to elaborate further ...
... the next day, and a thorough re-packing of my backpack. Though if I'm honest I'm not sure that it's all that improved, despite my having you tubed packing techniques and elected to go with the army rolling of clothes I'm not sure that it saved me all the much space at all. While it was shame to not see anymore of Seville because it was a lovely lovely city and to me embodied all my pre-conceptions of Spain it was also good to have another day to recharge. And now ...
... soon. There were some views, but I wish I had had some air conditioning or had walked to the bus not walked all the way there, but whatever. After viewing that, we had to walk around 20 min or so than wait some time for the bus. When the bus finally got there, Kea and two of her friends weren't there and they left them, so they had to take a cab back. It was crazy. But finally we got to the hotel, got out stuff and got a room. This time it was triples, so ...