Hotel Medium Virgen de los Reyes
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Travel Blogs from Seville
... In spain they don’t really eat breakfast and it was so nice
to experience a piece of home. After breakfast we headed to the cathedral and
met seb because they wanted to go inside. Me and Tamar weren’t interested in
going inside so we walked around and explored a popular shopping district. It
was so nice to not have a schedule or a deadline and just explore. Afterwards,
we planned on going to a beach about an hour away so we walked to the bus
... waiting to see if anyone would come before he got up and moved to the front.
Overall, I loved Sevilla. It was such a beautiful little city with so much character and so much history to see and explore. All of the people that we talked to were really nice and really helpful, especially when we were looking for certain things in the city. Just the atmosphere of the city was very laid-back and kind of a fun, party, no-cares attitude. It was definitely a really fun city to visit.
... we decided to stay for the show, which would make for a very long day, since the drive back to our apartment would be nearly 3 hours! The evening was worth it! We returned to the street where our car was parked and were entertained by a roving pipe and drum troupe while we dined at an outdoor cafe. Then, it was time to head to our Flamenco show. Only, our recollection of where the theater was had gotten foggy after our great dinner -- so we had to return to our car and ...
... later and at a laundromat across town at a diametrically opposed location to the spot marked “x”, we finally have our clothes turning in a machine.
The queues at Alcazar are bearable and we spend a good few hours wandering amongst the palaces and gardens in the complex. Then it is back to the hotel to freshen up for our dinner engagement with Silvana and Tony, at what turns out to be one of the best meals we all have EVER eaten!
... the day let alone in the middle of the night. Thank heavens for google maps on the iPhone! Being our first city in Spain, we really didn't know how dangerous it was and were both constantly looking over our shoulders on that first sketchy walk to the hotel. After a long nap (still really jetlagged at this point - Vanessa even fell asleep during a meal), we had our first tapas meal at Eslava (highly recommend - ridiculously cheap yet absolutely ...