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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. …
Thursday 28 May 2015
Left just before low ater and headed up the river. Very different scenery – very (UK)
east coast on the west side – marshy and muddy!!! very flat. Sawloads and loads of storks. Some nests had two young ones in them.
We managed to get to Seville on the single incoming tide which was great. Unfortuately we
cant get into the marina close to the centre as they were full so ...
... that site. The Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakesh, Morocco was its inspiration. Atop same is a statue called 'La Giraldillo' to celebrate the triumph of the Christian faith.
Enough background. John and I were inside at 1320. We left c 1500. It took the better part of an hour to see the chapels along the exterior walls. The interior is a tad dark, likely due to the very high walls. By volume, it is the largest church structure in the world.
No! We are were not shopping for a palace but if we were, the Alcazar would suit us just fine! Shoes! OMG Shoooze! Everywhere! So our morning was all about shopping, oh and the cookie shop again. Hey when you find a good thing why not stick with it. God knows that it is sticking to our waistline, and as for the shopping, let's just say one of us was more successful in our shopping endeavours. Now that the shopping had been exhausted for the day, it was ...
... to see it in person is just impressive.
Back in Sevilla and we’re tired. We head out for a beer, then head back to the apartment and we try to work out what’s happening with Granada and the Alhambra. We finally sort it all out, it’s almost 9:30pm. We’re both so tired, but we haven’t seen any Flamenco yet and this is its birthplace. We’re also on holiday, so sleep can come at any time.
We stop into a local tapas bar ...