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TravelPod Member ReviewsMelia Sevilla Seville
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 drink before we headed out for a recommended tapas bar nearby at 8pm. We were not disappointed. Best tapas we have had (except for the ones Jan and Beverly prepared for us at the beginning of the trip in Coveta Fuma) and such a choice! Great service, great atmosphere but no photos as we ate them before I remembered to take a photo! We will return there tomorrow night and I will remember to take photos, promise! Back to the hotel by 10 and into bed ...
... gold and silver, and the tombs of important people including Christopher Columbus. We climbed 34 floors up the tower which had amazing views of Seville and beyond. Easy way to while away a few hours. Followed this by a visit to ancient Arab bathhouse. Pools of 40 degrees ( too hot), 16 degrees ( too cold) , and 30 degrees (just right)!! Lovely relaxing couple of hours to finish the day - luckily the sun is still up at 9 pm which allows us to pack heaps into every ...
... place. I guess he could have dreamt it all.....too much wine??
Still, the locals believed him and the church of El Rocio is built on the very spot of the original tree. As often happens with fervent believers, the village became a pilgrimage site and religious orders (brotherhoods) from all over Spain set up home there to house their pilgrims. Almost all the major cities are represented, Jerez, Madrid, Marbella, etc. it's a ...