Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina Seville
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... love and affection. He was the sweetest boy and nuzzled my chest before I walked away from him. I'll always have love in my heart for Salsa and all the horses that are forced to stand all day and then ride through the streets next to noisy cars and motorcycles throttling their engines next to them.
Soooo next mom took a nap until 6....yeah, she was pretty exhausted and so was I. That's when I wrote my blog for Toledo and caught up on some ...
... a pause and then they started again and just as I was thinking: "Where are the flamenco dancers?", a woman walked onto the stage. She was no spring chicken, but boy she could dance....she frightened the hell out of me!
Her dancing was very precise, very clipped. No castanets - she clicked loud enough using just her fingers. Her face was contorted with pain or anguish; her emotions and her steps reflecting what was being sung; she was ...
... many, many eating places.The dilemma (1st world problem, I know) is what to eat. They have half plates, although I fail to understand why they are so called because one is quite sufficient per person. Maybe they are more designed for groups that share (would be a Thursday Club delight) but the tapas get you a small taste of many different things so it's hard to go past them! We try to choose tapas that have a traditional theme, ...
... female dancer, singer, guitar player) seated stomping and singing. Second the male dancer got up and did his thing. He was drenched in sweat by the end, it wasn’t cold in Seville. Next the female dancers solo, she wasn’t very pretty but I thought she was the best of the lot. Finally they closed on a male female mixed dance. It went for about an hour and was pretty cool to see. After the show we headed off on a pub crawl. The pub crawl started at a tapas bar ...
... would take place. Glad I was early to get in line for a good seat. Of course, some lady tried to take cuts in front of me and was glad a worker saw her and made her go to the end of the line! I got a seat right in the front. There were about 80 people and we sat in a U shape with the stage in the center. The guitar player came out, then the singer, then the male dancer and finally a grand entrance was ...