Maeva Residence Patio de la Cartuja
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Capilla Real, (the royal Chapel) for people these days to make their single prayers and it is very quiet here, the last area before we head out into the steamy heat of the morning and find our ride for the next few hours. There is a nice feel outside as the heat has begun to warm the day and we wander across the square and climb aboard the carriage ready for our relaxing 'walking tour’ where, happily, the horse will do the walking! Antonio talks us through the streets of ...
... of noise and ambience.
We quickly descended for an initial wander to take in some of the vibe. This place rocks and the late Saturday arvo streets were alive. We sat and pondered whilst taking in some of what was going on around us - I'm sure there was nothing different than a busy Saturday arvo in any worldly city but this with a Spanish flair.
We can't wait to see more of simply stunningly stylish Seville (and I promise that's the last alliteration I am gunna attempt this ...
... a question. This was a very informative and interesting tour. Wander about the shops some more, some now closing for siesta, and decide to try syncing with the local routine, so we head back to the hotel to have wine and a snack there. This gives me a chance to write some postcards and sort photos. We go to the flamenco show at the Museo del Baile Flamenco, arriving early enough to get a seat at the front corner of ...
... site of Roman ruins. We went back up and got great views of the city. On the way back we had, of course, to stop for ice cream. So good! Back to the hotel to rest and get ready of our dinner. We met in the lobby at 7:00 pm and followed Nygil for his surprise for us. There were horse drawn carriages for all of us. Nygil also gave each carriage a bottle of cava (Spanish champagne) and glasses. It was prefect weather and we had a ...
... departed from Sevilla down the river to Cadiz and out into the Atlantic. Then we walked into the Jewish quarter with it's narrow streets and found a restaurant for lunch just as it startwd to rain. I had mixed fried fish with a very fine tempura like batter and jude some stuffed chicken. Another walk through more park took us to the plaza de espana built in 1929 for an exhibition. It covers a ...