NH Plaza de Armas
- 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. …
This place is massive. I can’t begin to describe the enormity of the place from the inside, especially as there were only a few locals going through their daily routines and one mass in a side chapel. We had walked around it and that took 15minutes of a quick stroll. Walking through the internals of the place was just a stroll and took us half an hour and that was a quick look. There is enough to keep me occupied there for at least an hour or more. ...
... on our way.
Through the course of the day, the landscape changed from sweeping gently undulating plains displaying the stalks of a crop we assumed might have simply been hay to rolling small mountains with an occasional glimpse of white walled villages and some villages with an obvious castle towering above. I took another detour to try and find one of these latter villages and we passed along a narrow and winding road through rocky ridges. At the bottom of one of these ...
... towers and mirror arrays surrounded by fields of wheat. From the perspective of the car, only the towers standing alone in the wheat could be seen. They appeared rather ominous as monoliths with mini-suns glowing at the top – a little too Sauron’s-eye staring out from above Morodor…
The coast of Andalusia is riddled with fantastic beaches. East of Gibraltar - on the Mediterranean - you get into the favourite locations for the ...
... visible and was a perfect opportunity for photos from higher ground.
After a quick spot of lunch, we visited the "Alcazar", which allowed us to get our first taste of Moorish influenced architecture and design. This was an interesting experience, and one that we will be experiencing more often in a week and a half's time when we visit places such as Granada and Toledo. We returned to the hotel briefly to complete our last load of ...