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It was a good hotel with good rooms. Had a pleasant stay.
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We arrived in Seville a couple of minutes early just before 14:00 and caught a taxi to our hotel, the Melia Seville. This is another pleasant place with the best laid out storage I've seen in an hotel. You can reach the hanging space from both the passage way and the area in the bathroom which has two wash basins. There is both a separate shower …
Seville is a place where you will find a lot of grown up people who like to wine and dine. Not a party place and more of a chilling destination. We went in June and the weather was great - it was 18 - 20 degrees.
It was fun walking around, seeing the European way it's made in with so much history and architecture.
Had a good time eating and seeing the people eat and drink.
... and her style emphasized very sharp & quick turns with a lot of movement of her upper half. Probably the last refrain of the song is when she started to stomp, but it wasn't overly done. When they announced they were going to take a half hour break, we decided to leave and head back to the hostel. And today (Sunday) has really been our travel day- Zach and I grabbed a quick breakfast that was SUPER cheap (3€ for a coffee, tea, and 2 ...
From Granada we boarded the train to Seville, a three hour trip. After a little research we had purchased Spanish rail passes in Algeciras – this is different from Eurail passes, and local only to Spain – which entitle us to travel on any Spanish train. The math doesn't work for the Eurail passes, which is kind of a shame, but it turns out that there are a number of international routes you can’t reasonably negotiate via train, and flights are ...
... ceilings. There were also many gardens an fountains interlaced with the building (they even had two peacocks!).
After the Alcazar, we walked around the cathedral again, passed through many street markets on our way to Plaza de Espana, saw Plaza de Espana (do not miss this if you visit!), walked through a large garden to see the exterior of three museums (this is called the American Plaza), then walked along the river until we reached to ...