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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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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.
9:00am start. Anne knew she was in for a tour, so asked what type of shoes to put on. I said that walking shoes may be appropriate for the day especially the tour for the first few hours. So begrudgingly, we make our way to the centre of the city and find a nice spot for breakfast of coffee and some cake, and happily watch the people in the city getting up and ready for the day. There is a bustle about the city although nothing will be opening for a few hours apart from the Cathedral, ...
... the demonstrators have an escort, but they seem fairly bored doing it. Jobs, the economy, and EU membership appear to be the main concerns. Before coming to Spain, I wondered how safe we would feel given that unemployment is reported to be near 25% ever since, what the Spanish refer to as, The Crisis (some restaurants advertise menus with anti-crisis prices.) Two things to say about this: (a) I would never guess unemployment is this high. The number of beggars ...
... and cooler. However, it is a lovely city with nice public spaces and interesting sites. Although i could not say the word for a couple of weeks - biking would be great here. Tomorrow we may give Cordoba a pass - having had our fill of Moorish come Christian art and architecture. We're considering Toledo but may hang out at a parador for a couple of nights. More to follow.
That's it for now. Hope all is well at home. Write soon!
Love Heather (Mom) xx