Residencia y Restaurant Fernando III
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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What a lovely city. This is one of the most beautiful places I have been. The city is full of life and it shows in the encounters with the people. Everyone has been nice and willing to help, without the risk of trying to get ripped of. Nobody hounds you and walking the streets can be a pleasurable stroll. The city is a nice place for tourists, but not an overwhelming amount of them. There is a great transportation system and food is reasonable. I haven't done a lot ...
... over the exhausted and obviously mesmerised bull. The matador is even able to turn his back to the bull which seems unable to make any move without the matadors coaxing. Though the danger is still ever present as the still dangerous bull charges the matador and his cape.
The chinking of the bells on the three donkeys indicate the end is nigh.
The matador changes his straight sword for the curved one used for the final act - when we see the ...
... of our hotel Bequer, we followed our noses to find a nice place to have some Tapas and a beer. But the nice place, the lovely Sevilla which we had in memory since our first visit 5 years ago, had changed ! We were "harcelled" half a dozen of times, while eating ! And the waiter was not nice either - fed up by tourists ? What a disappointment ! But it was in fact just a proof ...
... the existing churches. This plaza is popular for photo ops as you can see in the pictures we've provided. We headed for the riverwalk and stopped at the El Arena. This is a guided tour of the Seville bull fighting ring and museum. Although bullfighting has been controversial, even to many Spaniards, it was great getting a history lesson on how it all started. Centurys ago this was a former military training that over the years became a tradition. Whether you ...
It took 7 hours to drive back from Galicia. I (Andie) did the last few hours and I feel very proud of myself as I navigated the chaotic road system of Seville for the first time in all these years of coming here.
Teresa and I were singing Carol King at full whack (to Nico´s pleasure), classic power ballad session. Coming into Seville does ...