Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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... price! Think this will be the last cathedral we will be visiting. The Cathedral of Seville is said to be the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. It is 126m long and 83m wide. The height at the centre of the transept is 37m. The Giraldi Bell Tower's total height from the pavement to the weathervane is 98m. The cathedral was originally a mosque which was built between 1181 and 1198. In 1218 the mosque was consecrated as a cathedral when the Christians took over the ...
... Processions were still exiting the cathedral.
We left the area c the witching hour [apt for the trip Beast] and proceeded to get lost, on streets whose bars, bakeries, etc were unfamiliar to us. We eventually found a sign for Salvador [church] and proceedec to mess up a known landmark due to various processions in the area. Finally we stumbled into the Parasol and got back c 0100, our pride salvaged at not having to ask for directions.
... all the info. Needless to say, heaps of food, lots of wine and a good night as a traditional "Sevillian". After dinner, we drove the cobbled streets of Seville in horse and carriage. As there were quite a few of us, we had 6 buggies, all with 4 passengers. We were driving down back narrow streets as well as on the main roads. It was a beautiful evening enjoyed by all. Returned to the hotel for a night cap and restful night. ACCOMMODATION: AYRE HOTEL, ...
... again, but it would be no point really as they’d do nothing to give a feeling for what we experienced. The dancers, singers were just awesome in their delivery of the Flamenco, and it is something you need to experience here. I can’t explain it. But you like or you don’t, and that’s it. We enjoyed it and were very quiet walking back to the apartment still making a sense of what it was we’d been a part of.
…that, and we were plum tuckered out.
PS. We loved ...
... quarter. It is a maze of narrow, windy lanes lined with nice old buildings, many with internal patios decorated with ceramic tiles. We passed through Plaza del Triunfo, which provided great views of both the Royal Alcazar and the massive cathedral. (We will visit these later in the week.) We continued on towards the river (Rio Guadalquivir) and passed by the impressive palace of the president of Andalucia and it's equally impressive, but unfortunately private, St ...