Monte Carmelo Hotel
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After our little trip away, we decided that today would be a chill day. To start we booked ourselves in to Aire de Seville, and just loved it!! On Calle Aire, there's a 16th century mansion, which is a bit of a makeover of the ancient tradition of Banos Arabs, or an Arab bathhouse. We arrived at 10am, and were greeted by the staff, of whom only 1 spoke a little English. From there, we were guided, with several other couples, to some change rooms, ...
... soon. There were some views, but I wish I had had some air conditioning or had walked to the bus not walked all the way there, but whatever. After viewing that, we had to walk around 20 min or so than wait some time for the bus. When the bus finally got there, Kea and two of her friends weren't there and they left them, so they had to take a cab back. It was crazy. But finally we got to the hotel, got out stuff and got a room. This time it was triples, so ...
... out for a good long nap... As the night wore on, anticipation crept in, because tonight we were going to see flamenco dancing, especially well known in Sevilla. You can buy tickets to so many shows in the city, but luckily our wonderful hosts let us know of La Carboneria, this great artsy spot with flamenco shows every night, drinks and food, and nothing too fancy, all for free (well not the drinks). We were sold! As usual, finding the place took a bit ...
... the muslims and jews out of the country, bringing Christianity across the whole of Spain. From Seville, this royal pair then went to hang out at the Alhambra in Granada, which was the last place in Spain to become fully fledged Christian.
It was therefore no surprise that the Alcazar in Seville was very like the Alhambra in Granada; these palaces were originally Muslim palaces with mosques, so are full of Islamic and ...
... dinner, some vino and cheesecake! We then visited a few local bars and were entertained by some fabulous fado. The next morning we did a tour of the old part of Lisbon and went to lunch with some new friends. Later that evening we went to the bar in which our tour guide worked at and drank out of animal horns.... The next morning we visited Sintra with some new friends which was phenomenal and that evening our closest friends from middle school/camp/university met up with ...