NH Plaza de Armas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Things that make me happy while traveling:
- knowing my pack is getting lighter with each passing day from using up stuff I brought with me
- fast and consistent access to internet in the hotel
- hotels hot breakfasts
- not doing dishes!!! woot woot!
In Seville! We had a lovely time visiting the Alcazara Palace. …
... meal I had in a cafe I found the other day, where for 8 euros I got a salad, a pork and roast potatoes, bread, beer, and a fabulous chocolate orange desert.
I'm writing this from Rome where at the local supermarket I picked up and heated up for tea a double portion of homemade minestrone soup with every vegetable known to man in it. I will just keep taking it like medicine until I catch up on all the vitamins and minerals I've been missing out ...
... punishments for simple sins. There’s no stoning of adulterers or throwing from the top of towers of homosexuals like among extreme Muslims.
Among the fun aspects of Catholicism are religious precessions and Seville has some of the biggest and most famous of them during Semana Santa. I have to admit that they are moving and can even be a bit chilling, especially at night when lit only by the huge candles the penitents carry. On the ...
... and fisherman as well as a number of ceramic tile factories. The neighbourhood is very colourful and this is where the converted markets are also located. Ian and I may return here on Wednesday to more thoroughly explore the area. We then headed off visit the Basilica Macarena (the Virgin Mary is referred to as the Macarena, we aren't sure why something to do with the city gates according to our guide, but all I can think of is that awful song). The basilica ...
... a tradition spanish dance. Okay, maybe they aren't interchangeable; Feria is deeply rooted in tradition and Sevillians put Calgarians to shame in terms of their commitment to this week of festivities and the associated drinking. The fireworks were lots of fun and I met many of Emily's med-school peers, a fantastic way to begin my week in Spain.
My second day was spent quietly reading my book ...