Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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... normal; background-color: rgb(245, 246, 248); -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">He soon learned that when you hold the button down, the milk just keeps on coming. Unfortunately, he didn't see the BIG RED STOP BUTTON. Well, this is why hotels have 'staff'.
... platform 13 car 13 but there were only 4 cars. The man asked me if I spoke Spanish and I said un poco which everyone around us chuckled at. He told us car 3 after taking some time to look at my ticket. We joked about if we had seats 13 and how that would be so unlucky. Once we sat down a girl asked us if we were American and if we could tell her where her seat was...seat number 13. The train ride wasn't too terrible but it was freezing. I keep forgetting to mention how ...
... br> of charity) which contains an exquisite chapel with many paintings by Juan
Esteban Murillo and Juan Valdes Leal, two of the greatest painters of the age.
Like most things Baroque, virtually every inch of surface in the church is
decorated either with painted or carving, in a style that is the antithesis of
A second such institution is the Hospital de Los Venerables,
Day 52 Seville
Today I woke up and my first thoughts where that today was the group photo day! So after some grooming and an all you can eat buffet breakfast at the hotel we departed on the coach. Our first stop was of course the photo. The coach stopped at the "Plaza De Espana" We all filed out and entered the Plaza. The Plaza was very impressive with a huge fountain in the middle and a long building around most of the plaza with a park on the other side. A man ...
... it was on the script. When we asked any question, we just got the same statement reiterated. It seems all of Seville was built for the exhibition in 1929!
Lost in Translation moment:
Ordered 'tostada tomate' for breakfast expecting a toasted tomato Panini. Instead got lightly toasted soft roll with a shot glass of tomato puree and a bottle of olive oil. Pour both over roll, it is delicious!