Los Seises By Fontecruz
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... kms Next, I head up to Sevilla. I first parkbenched Sevilla back in 2008... then came back again in 2010 to explore it some more and visit a couple suburbs. Now, I think Sevilla deserves to be turned into a Superhike. So I'm going to wander around the city a bit more--and add a couple more suburbs until I hit that 100 km mark. Almost all my wanderings in Sevilla have been in the historical district, so when I arrive in the late afternoon, I decide I should explore the ...
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Found a nice place for dinner on the street that was mostly tapas places.
... bad actually] and a meat I am too tired to remember. Chatting mostly with Diego, Jennifer, John and Elaine. Mr and Mrs Boring saw John inside and d/n enter; how rude!
The tone of this evening morphed to the first night of the tour might have made for better tour dynamics but that's the way it goes sometimes. Not too many turistos in the place. My dynamo roomie had left early. He saw a line up for the cathedral and passed on it. Why does he travel??
... times, being honest a lot went in one ear and out the other but it was pleasant and we each took form it what we wanted.
Back to find somewhere to eat, stopping along the way for a few drinks, before we know it is 10.30pm and nowhere has room or seems to satisfy everyone. Eventually we make a call to wait for table inside, outside as the temperature has dropped substantially. A few head back for warmer clothes but we get some wine and not before ...
... there was an Andalusian town called Morón. When our host in Ronda, Jose, opened the curtains of our bedroom to reveal the view, (which he did with a proud, dramatic flourish) we gasped. The ground fell away into what seemed to be a bottomless gorge, and the massive stone arch of the bridge following it down. We were perched on the edge, precariously, dizzyingly. What a sensation it was. Ronda sits on the edge of ...