Le Petit Paris
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... at some really cool benches. We then walked through the Jewish quarter as well as the Reinos Street which is also called Kissing Street. It is called this because the streets are so small that neighbors could kiss each other from across their balconies.
The homes in Seville (and much of Spain) are set up with gardens in the middle that help to create a microclimate in the hot, hot summers. The first floor is often lived in only ...
... we have decided to retrace our steps back along the Costas, but leaving out all the diversions. The weather there is full suns and temps from 14 - 18 degrees.
We will have to think again when we get to Narbonne as the A75 might be closed and we might have to go via Toulouse!
So. fairly early tomorrow we shall be stocking up at the Aldi down the road and then heading down to Malaga.
To be continued - when/if we have some WiFi ...
... without seeing flamenco dancing, so we visited the Museo of Flamenco Dance on Monday afternoon and returned to enjoy a show in the evening. We went to another performance at the Casa de la Guitarra on Wednesday evening.
Seville has shoe shops galore and I love shoes! How could I be in Seville and not buy zapatos (Spanish for shoes)? My very patient & tolerant husband accompanied me ...
Yesterday I think was one of the nicest days up to now. I decided to take the car for a spin and head for a little village called Osuna. Firstly I was pleasantly surprised that my car was safe and sound alongside one of the streets outside the city center. I programmed the gps and an hours drive later I parked my car is the streets of Osuna. I was in for a little climb to the hop of the hill the village is situated on and arriving at the ruins I was impressed. It ...
Well, the bed was very comfortable but unfortunately it didn't help me get a good night sleep. I woke at about 4 am and only managed to doze since then. It made for a late start. It's now 9.46 am and we need to get out and about. We have the morning to see so e more of Seville and then we go to Cordoba. ... It's now 2.52 pm. We arrived here in Cordoba at about 2.30 pm. We parked the car in a public car park that has a connecting entrance to the hotel which is called ...