Sevilla Center Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Room service
- Business Services
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They say Madrid only has two seasons. Winter and Summer. They call it a 'Continental Climate' primarily due to the fact they are located inland and do not have a sea breeze. As we drove south, we saw tree farms and were told those would be sent to Madrid to provide shade and humidity.
Today we drove south through the arid landscapes of Don …
... the site of an old mosque, and what remains of the mosque is the bell tower, La Giralda. The former minaret was topped off by Christian ornamentation, a belfry of 25 bells, and a weather vane in the shape of a woman, signifying the triumph of faith. We climbed the 35 ramps up to the top of the Giralda bell tower at the conclusion of our visit to a wonderful vista over the cathedral, the Alcazar, the city, and surrounding ...
... the buildings. Hence it looks Moorish but has some Christian parts as well. There are also some very interesting inscriptions on the walls written in Islamic script referring to Allah. The tiles, mouldings and wood carvings are amazing given their age. More colour is visible here than in Alhambra. Once we had walked through the buildings (using Rick Steve's guided tour on Col's iPad) we ventured out into the garden. No rose photos here as they had all ...
... under their hoods. They’re called Nazarenos. The outfits of the penitents symbolize anonymity as they repent for their sins; only God can see their identities. The costumes were copied by KKK in the American south as a secret society the identity of whose members was intended to remain unknown.
I lucked out in my hostel. My sole male roommate in the room of eight was from Barcelona and kind of a Semana Santa aficionado, although not religious himself. He invited me to ...
Hola again, This is an amazing building...Plaza de Espana. Around the ground level there are small seating areas and each one of those features a Spanish city with the city emblem, a pictorial plaque of the city or something important about the city and on the ground a map showing where in Spain the city is. All in colorful tiles. The building its self is huge and I believe it might hold offices of Seville, ...