Los Seises By Fontecruz
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... another surprise. An old man--maybe 80 or so, knocking another old man to the ground and getting ready to beat him with his cane! A young waiter rushes out to the rescue just in time. "He called me a f---t!" the attacker explains. That's a new one to me. I've seen a lot of streetfights in my days--but I think this is my first senior citizen smackdown--broken up by a young guy! Usually guys have gotten all the fire out of their system by the time they reach that ...
... in the following centuries. When
Christian forces under King Ferdinand III took control of Seville in 1248 from
the Moors they moved right in, and much of the current palace dates from the
1300s in the Mudejar style of architecture which mimics much of the Moorish
Since 1987 the Real Alcazar has been a UNESCO World Heritage
... out there who think, “I’m sure everyone knows that!” but we didn’t. But it was only a few years ago that they did some DNA research from the remains here and the living descendants and made the match, as there as conjecture for many years that Columbus was resting in the West Indies somewhere. His tomb is raised, on the shoulders of four soldiers in the uniform of the four main parts of Spain, which elude me now. It is to me adequately ornate and then sort ...
... once we realised today was AFL Grand Final day!
I have only had a vague interest in things of a football bent in recent weeks but was aware the Hawks and Swans were to be engaged in the final conflict. I gotta say, this pairing didn't raise huge interest in me but I realised it'd be un-Australian not to spectate (and although I'm not a current in-Australian, I'd hate to be called un-Australian (even if harbouring secret desires to seek Spanish citizenship)).
So I ...
Settled in to our lovely apartment (see photos). This morning we went to the fresh farmers market (no the farmers aren't fresh, there produce is) under the Metropol Parasol and bought some beautiful fruit, verges and meat. We then spent most of the rest of the day Xmas shopping through the city centre shops, even the beautiful main shopping streets could barely fit a car down them, hence they are car ...