Residencia y Restaurant Fernando III
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
TripAdvisor Reviews Residencia y Restaurant Fernando III Seville
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... videoclip on the backside of the amphitheatre later on. Next I head out to explore the city, which is laid out it a perfect gridlike pattern with wide streets and well planned neighborhoods. Not a whole lot left of them today--little more than the foundations. But you can still sort of get the feel for what this city must have been like. The Emporer Trajan was born here, and he made sure his city of birth got plenty of funding for temples ...
... was 'Porto Covo'. As we approached along the coast we saw some idillic little bays,.. beautiful beaches,.. and the bluest of blue water. Porto Covo is an idillic little village of white houses (generally with blue trim).,.. a small, central 'mall' and a few little old people sitting around the centre square in the midday sun. We biked round the village (mostly shops were closed as it was middle of the day),.. it took all of 30 minutes,.. and found a quiet cafe for a ...
... Sorolla, Picasso or other important Spanish painters of the eighteenth through twentieth centuries. Here the focus is almost entirely on the religious art of such Sevillian masters of the 1500s and 1600s – Bartolome Esteban Murillo, Francisco de Zurbaran, and Juan Valdes Leal. There’s a bit of other stuff – Spanish Gothic, a touch of ...
Opted not to go on an optional tour this morning, so didn't have to rush! Had a leisurely morning with breakfast at 8.30am and our departure set for 11.30am. Disappointed with what was on offer though. Ended up having an omelette but it took ages to get and was pretty basic - . Was told at breakfast that our coach had a mechanical issue and we wouldn't be leaving till 1.00pm. Shops didn't open till 10 or 11 so did some homework ...
... couple of hours snacking on tapas and drinking vino tinto de verano to quench our thirst. Tough afternoon. We slowly made our way back to our neighbourhood, walking past the cathedral and archives, again getting a little lost through the streets (so busy, packed with tourists and restaurants!), enjoying (almost) every step (yes, no sympathy needed, but feet are pretty sore!), and had ourselves a siesta. We either had heat stroke or drank too many tintos because ...