- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... of Seville-based artists of the era.
Housed in the former Convento de la Merced which was converted into a museum around 1850, the museum is very heavy on dark, brooding religious paintings of the Baroque era. It’s not quite accurate to say all Spanish art is represented; unlike the Prado there is little in Seville by El Greco or Velazquez let ...
... Capilla Real, (the royal Chapel) for people these days to make their single prayers and it is very quiet here, the last area before we head out into the steamy heat of the morning and find our ride for the next few hours. There is a nice feel outside as the heat has begun to warm the day and we wander across the square and climb aboard the carriage ready for our relaxing 'walking tour’ where, happily, the horse will do the walking! Antonio talks us through the streets of ...
... hugging the severe cliffs and ridges.
I love getting off the main roads and entering the many small villages we would otherwise skirt by although I think J cringes each time I do. It's true, some of these villages have a strange and desolate feel despite their proximity to the magnificent Spanish road system. Many of these villages also seem to lack what we Australians have in abundance i.e space, (although the village surrounds have aplenty) and the many houses ...
... in Portugal and it was very apparent once you went back into the Spain. It was about 4 hours before we finally made it to the city, and one we were there, we knew it! People started driving like maniacs, cars going every which way, honking horns and swerving and TONS of people on mopeds and motorcycles weaving between stopped cars. I'm amazed that none of them went down the way people were driving. We found parking as quickly as ...