NH Central Convenciones
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on this level, then down on the bottom floor, there was a large pool with about 12 jacuzzi jets, and also a steam room, and another hot pool. It was so relaxing in the half dark, with the soft music playing, and and no one spoke above a whisper, so even though you were sharing with other couples, it was still personal.
On this level, there was also a salt bath, which allowed you to completely relax and float for ages. After the steam ...
Hello again! Well after thinking I was leaving, I am staying until Monday as planned. Turned out the jetlag let me sleep all day through the heat and the nighttimes are bearable. It's really a lovely city with a lot more to explore (in the few hours in the ...
We are in love once again with the sights and sounds of another city. We slept late, making up for lost sleep the night before. Emerging into the bustling and warm streets of Sevilla, we started wandering, quickly becoming lost. To start our day we found a small cafe for some coffee, freshly squeezed orange juice and a jamon sandwich. Few people speak English here so ordering food has been interesting and mostly involves us picking up the ...
... we went in the cathedral and up the tower. Two interesting things here: firstly, one of Seville's famous sons, Christopher Columbus is buried right here in this cathedral, in a tomb beneath a sculpture of four life size men carrying a treasure trove to symbolise his discovery of South America.
Secondly, the tower, La Giralda, is 90 metres high and is ascended by ramps not steps like every other bell tower we have ever been up. I ...
Today we went to do the famous Sevilla Alcazar (Palace)... like everyone else. The queue was about 500 people long...I'm normally a patient man...but after waiting for about two minutes and the queue didn't move we went and had coffee in a nice sunny plaza and didn't bother with the Alcazar (we have never done the Sistine Chapel in Rome for the same reason - but we struggle on). Instead we ...