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TravelPod Member ReviewsMelia Lebreros Seville
We learn that Flamenco means insolent. The show is insolently fabulous! We enjoy our first very good dinner with fried aubergines, grilled vegetables and leg of lamb.
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We arrived in Sevilla in the afternoon of Wednesday the 26th around 3pm, and actually had a free afternoon/evening! After relaxing a little at the hotel, a group of my friends and I went out to a nice dinner to celebrate my friend Esperanza's birthday.
The next morning, as usual, started bright and early with another walking tour with …
This morning our tour bus took us for a drive through Maria Luisa park to see the pavilions of the 1929 Spanish speaking nations exhibition. We stopped at the grandest of all, Spains big semicircle, tiled extravaganza. Then we walked through another Jewish quarter as this city has a similar Arab history to Cordoba. Passed the cathedral and Alcazar …
Today was the start of our four day tour to the south of Spain. We literally flew out of bed when we realized that the phone alarm had moved back to UK time and there was NO time for showers etc, so we stored some of our luggage, fast paced to the metro and luckily caught the one arriving. Got there in plenty of time as it turned out as there were …
Today's day trip took us from Seville (Andalusia province) to the city of Cordoba. About an hour’s drive from Seville, the big draw here is the Mezquita which is a testament to the historical period of the Moor occupation of the Iberian peninsula. Our driver for the day set the tone as fun funky toe tapping instrumental music …
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We saw the Olympic stadium (Estadio Olympico) area of Seville, a city that unsuccessfully bid for the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics. We experienced Seville life up close and personal, riding a city bus that picked up and discharged mostly university student passengers as it weaved its way down the Calle (Street) Leonardo da Vince, past a campus of the Universidad de Sevilla, several other ...