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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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... for goodbye. Alfonso wanted to thank us by taking us to a local place (Bodega Santa Cruz) for a tapas and drink. When you order tapas, from the list on the wall, the one on top is their house specialty. We had that - it was a beef filled pastry, and an "una caņa", which is cold beer in a small glass. The others from tour ended up there as well, so we all had beers together.
... s not my cup of tea! Then there was another warm soaking pool, salt water pool and the steam room that was so steamy Brad almost sat on a woman’s lap! All of these pools are located over 4 levels of the building. About half way through we were beckoned to go with one of the attendants and received a 20 minute massage. It was bliss and a wonderful way to end our stay in Seville.
P.S. Sorry that the photos are all out of sequence - we don't have an option of how they ...
... majestic, soothing, relaxing, serene Hammam's (Turkish Bath). As a little treat to ourselves we decided to enjoy the 1 1/2hrs of Arabic water therapy which included 36 deg, 40 deg and 16deg baths, along with a saltwater pool, hydro massage spa and steam room. We have never felt so relaxed and our skin so smooth in all our lives. Couldn't help but day dream about building a new Turkish Bath at Mt Wilson when we win lotto...oh, but back to ...
... walked upstairs from the garage and were right in the middle of the city.
We started walking down the road and it was much smaller than what we had just come from. The buildings were tall, full of shops and restaurants, and very narrow with cobble stone roads. The balconies on the buildings all seemed to have plants hanging off of them, bougainvilleas in particular, and the trees were woven in between everything. As we ...
... and through a technology research campus with street names bearing famous scientists like Calle Charles Darwin, Calle Johann Gutenberg, Calle Louis Braille, Calle Marie Curie, and Calle Albert Einstein. The area looked and felt like Spain’s Research Triangle.
We got off the bus just past the bridge over the Canal de Alfonso XIII, a major waterway that is a part of the Rio Guadalquivir, Sevilla’s access to the sea. We stepped directly into the ...