Hotel Reina Mora
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chatting and doing selfies. I ended p helping them take a few nice photos, I chatted with them for a few minute and they are studying in Spain and taking the evening off to see the view. I also met another tourist from Colombia who gave me good tips about where to eat. So I walked down the Albayzin , bought some wine soaked figs on the way. I ended up in Elvira street where good tapas are located at. I tried a mosto in a bar then moved on ...
... the process. Very grateful for the opportunities I've had, and a big thanks to you all for making it possible. So crazy and exciting that I'm finally going to be in Sevilla. I will certainly have more time to travel in the coming months, but this probably marks the end of my solo travel for now. It really has been the time of my life and definitely my preferred way to travel. I have learned a ton about other people and cultures, and even more about ...
... grocery stores had been closed as it was only 7pm and they were all supposed to be open until 9:30pm. I spent some time on Google and found out that today was actually a local holiday and all the stores had closed at 1pm.
Instead of a home cooked meal which I had had my heart set on, dinner was back at a nearby tapas restaurants where we ordered sangrias with a pizza and cheered for England who were playing Uruguay in the World ...
... palace has an intricate system
of water fountains, mini water ways that kept things cool for the convenience of royals before the days of modern air conditioning.
Down below is the main Palace. A typical example of Islamic art and architecture, laced again with a complex system of fountains, water ways, pools and baths. Decorations primarily consists of Arabic inscriptions that are worked into scared geometric patterns. Palace has several ...
This could be California was one of the many thoughts I had today on the three hour bus ride from Seville to Granada. The rolling grass hills, the vegetation, the windmills, the climate, and the well maintained highway winding through it all reminded me a lot of driving through the valleys to the south and east of the bay area.
After getting in we only left the hotel twice today, both times for food. The city appears to ...