NH Plaza de Armas
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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. …
... a clip and use one of the bridges built for the 92 Expo as a backdrop. Then, as darkness sets in I head across the river to explore some of the equally lively but less touristy neighborhoods on the other side. I finish the night with a pause on the bridge gazing out to the romantic scene below with lights from the city, the riverside cafes and boats passing by… Post Visit Sevilla: Christmas Eve in Spain December 24, 2012, Day 167 6 hrs, 17.9 kms Day Total: 16 hrs, ...
... The depiction was Jesus riding a donkey [into Jerusalem]. My guess is the float was 20' long and at least 10' across.
The most striking feature was what looked at first blush as Ku Klux Klan members in white and black pointed hoods. These are fraternities associated with different churches. The American KKK 'borrowed' the general uniform.
We decided to go to the Casa de Pilatos [9E]. It showed the house of a rich man in the ...
... the tower 5 times a day during call of prayers, the slope design made the donkeys who carried the Moorish worshiper, a easier climb to the top. What a great view from the top. I came down exited the cathedral through its beautiful orange grove, again bitter not edible, the leaves of the orange never falls thus created a nice shade during summer. I tried following my guide book to find the nun sweet store but was told its been closed for years, so I head off ...
Headed next door to the Alcazar palace. Wow! The tile in this building was incredible! The place is completely open - no furniture or artifacts. It felt like walking around a castle in Zelda. The gardens were beautifully manicured with peacocks freely roaming and pecking around. Got lost in the garden labyrinth for a little while and then headed out.
Walked down San Fernando humming the Abba song "it was something in the ...