NH Plaza de Armas
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10 min wandelen centrum ongeveer 20 euro voor heel de dag te parkeren
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... What? .. Ok. So I give him 11.70€ and he gives me the dress. He tells me he trusts me because my face, I have good karma. Or at least that is what I think he said. None of it was in English. We'll see how good my karma is. I'll let you know if I make it back. So 2 dresses and 26.70€ later plus 3.30€ in karma debt, we get out of morocco. On the way back to our hotel we look for dessert. However, we forgot the part where we just spent all our ...
... Should have guessed it was a job. We continued on through the narrow roads and finally made it to the Cathedral of Seville and Alcazar.
We had to go into Alcazar so we paid our dues and made our way through the fort. It is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. It was originally built by the Moores and then eventually taken over by the Spanish after defeating the Moores for territory. The fort was then ...
... own; and sheer terror, flying down the minuscule streets and laneways, honking the horn at all the pedestrians walking on the road to get out of the way. We stayed in a shared apartment, having a room in the home of a true Sevillian, who rents out his spare rooms to tourists. There were two other ladies staying there, on a trip from Iceland. We spent the next few days exploring the picturesque streets and lanes of Seville. The cathedral was huge, streets ...
... station as we plan to use some transit - their tram, metro and possibly buses to check some other parts of the city before we head back to our apartment.
the next morning, Norm is feeling under the weather. Neither of us got much sleep, so we forego any more "playing the tourist" in Sevilla and decide to head back south to our apartment while he is still clear headed enough to drive. Taking transit will have to be put off to another visit which we hope happens one day. Sevilla has seduced us!
... out where to go for Internet access, I will be able to write entries more often than once every week.
Day One in Sevilla - Saturday, 5/18
On our first full day in the city, our group of 22 students had a basic orientation and tour of the city. Unfortunately, I was not able to attend this tour because I was having worrisome eye problems. Fortunately, one of the directors of the UGA en Espana program, Manuel, went with me to the medical ...