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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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. …
... stunning, and what I find most dramatic is the tomb of Christopher Columbus and the dramatic Giralda Bell Tower. We started the tour visiting the Koutoubia Minaret in Marrakech, and now we see it's cousin. The Giralda Tower was the original minaret of the mosque which was here during Moslem rule, and the bell section (the upper third) was added after the city was re-conquered and the mosque was converted into a church.
After a break for lunch we visit ...
... in Barcelona! One of the largest cathedrals in the world, (126x83x37 metres high) with 5 naves, countless beautiful stained glass windows, rooms full of treasures including art by Goya and Murillo, and the biggest altarpiece in the world. We climbed the Giraldi - the minaret of the original mosque, with ramps up its 34 levels instead of stairs so horsemen could get up and ...
... sit and relax.
Early in the morning, walked across the Rio Guadalquivir to the Mercado Triana for breakfast ( as suggested by Lonely Planet). The building, built specifically for the markets, was beautiful, and the stalls open had a wonderful array of food. Breakfast was very average, with the Lonely Planet recommended suggestions not being known nor offerred.
Las Teresas, the bar described as a " go to destination" for a display ...
... him. One, who appeared to either be an acolyte or a deacon, helped light the candles, etc. Another, who wore a more formal cassock and chasuble, helped set the altar, get the key for the tabernacle, etc. Father asked if I would do the readings, and chant the responsorial and gospel acclamation, which I did. We began the mass even before the organ postlude concluded (which was exquisite), due to time ...