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reminded me of an unhaunted mansion. Very quaint, and a nice place overall :)
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... even though hostels are more like "international zones" rather than really being a part of the city itself. I meet a young American who is doing a short term gig as a teacher's assistant here in Spain. He encourages me to try out the Camino de Santiago--perhaps the most popular pilgrimage route in Europe. He says that you can stay in pilgrim hostels for just a couple Euros--if not for free... Hmm... To do a Superhike in Europe with almost free lodging? That's sounds ...
A very early start (0600 hrs) for the early train to Seville. The journey was only 40 minutes and we arrived at our hotel without any difficulty. We then spent the rest of the day in the old city - The Cathedral, the Alcathar, the ...
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What a lifestyle, as we're told what ...
The style of residential architecture and decorative arts I
probably most associate with Spain is arguably a style most typical of Seville.
The Spanish style exported to and adopted in new world places like California
is much that of Seville. I recall once going to La Casa Encantada, better known
as the Hearst Castle, the California estate of publishing magnate ...
... bar and when it comes up the just place on the bar so you need to keep your eyes open. These places get so packed you are pushing up against people but it is worth it the vibe is amazing and the food and drink great...just alot of food late at night can be an issue...Love Seville it is pretty chill with a lot to see.