Le Petit Paris
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... around and found some side tracks to explore. We found ourselves in a courtyard called the princes garden which was both smaller and bushier than the Ladies garden and contained more than one tall tree. (Sexual reference intended) It was right next to the prince’s apartments. The apartments were baron of furniture but had some very intricate designs on the walls and doorways similar to the palace in Gibraltar. In the main chamber the ceiling was exquisite with ...
... delicious fresh produce and meats and cheeses and breads and salads to make a rooftop lunch with. We also had to stop and and sample the best chocolate churros ever. After relaxing and getting to know one another, we ventured off to visit Las Setas, these huge mushroom shaped structures built in the city to protect underground ruins that are preserved in Sevilla. The three story structure also had amazing views from the top. After dinner, we decided to go out ...
... of fresh breads, pre-washed salads, cheese and other sandwich fixings. I got some seeded rolls and lox and Dave was happy with cold roasted chicken for on his sandwich. It's been a long time since we had these choices. We were able to store some items in fridge at the hotel.
Lanes and Streets
We wandered the picture perfect lanes and streets. I actually could look around and admire the ...
... I think we were all feeling homesick. Luckily, Uncle Roy and Aunt Mary came to visit from England which kept us entertained and perked us up. Now the fair has brought an overall feeling of festivity to town which we are enjoying. It’s a great way to end our time here. Seville is a beautiful city and we loved it, but we’re ready for a change of scene. We leave on Thursday and our next stop is a small town, Conil, on the Atlantic coast for ten days. Bring on the ...
... t completely sure what we were ordering with the exception of the quesadilla for Sophia and Meredith to share, but then the quesadilla was the biggest surprise! It was a medallion of goat’s cheese (you know how much Andrew loves anything goat) served on top of thin slices of Granny Smith apple…no tortilla in sight. I was the only one who didn’t hate it, so I ate most of that. We shared the rest – fresh, delicious bread, ham croquettes, and a pork sandwich. ...