Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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... still in use in Europe, and it was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. This is also the location where The Game of Thrones series is filmed and today, they were filming the 5th season so we were unable to go inside. Next we visited the cathedral of Seville (known as Saint Mary of the See), Roman Catholic cathedral in Seville. It is the largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. The cathedral is also the ...
... cents rather than dollars. So patrons will leave 60 or 90 cents. We are very thankful to our waiter and Heather breaks a fiver to leave a super generous 2€ tip, in exchange for a wink ;) Content but tired it is time to get to bed. We are still failures at getting to bed at any thing close to reasonable, we get back to the hotel by 1:30, but after showers and a semi delirious FaceTime to Heather's husband BP, again we have a 3am bedtime. Good thing we can sleep in ...
Yesterday we said farewell to Portugal and crossed over to the bordering country of Spain. The first stop in Spain is Seville. Seville is another huge city with skyscrapers and numerous sites such as plazas, gardens, and even a bull ring. Getting around in Seville was a lot like in Lisbon, however, it is rare that you find a local resident that speaks English. Even the bus driver that drove into Spain from Portugal didn't speak any English. That being ...
... A little bonus, this was used in 2 of the Star Wars films...sadly, it was 2 bad ones, episode I and II. But it was still quite amazing. We spent a lot of time walking around and looking at the intricate work all over the building. The colors and designs were endless and it was easy to spend time looking at it and walking around. And if you got bored of the building, there was a fountain in the middle that people were walking ...
After overnight rain it was a sunny day that greeted us albeit with a cool wind. However it did reach 17 degrees when we were sitting in the sun having tapas for lunch- effectively four entrees at 3-4 euro each. Before then we had hopped on and off the bus at the city's largest park and watched Dove feeding. We visited an archeological museum which explained the history of man in the area as ...