Melia Hotel de la Reconquista
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Today we travelled from Carmona to explore Seville. It was an amazing day, but rather than a separate narrative, I will let the photos tell the story.
... some photos and enjoy the view but didn't make low tide in time to head down and check out the archways along the coastline, in which it is known for. We get back in the car and make the 2 hour drive to Santiago de Compostela. I manage to fall asleep and wake up with 20minutes to go. Aaron and John have a hard time navigating through the city as it's similar to Rhodes, where the town is surrounded by massive walls, and you cannot drive into it unless you're a resident. So we have ...
... all the artworks and sculptures to you. We all looked hilarious and couldn't stop laughing, so a selfie photo it had to be. We got a bit lost at first trying to figure out what number to plug into our walkie talkies but after 10mins or so we realised what we had to do. Most of the Guggenheim was of Jean-Michael Basquiet and his artwork, history, etc. so of course, I was in my element as Aaron struggled to understand the beauty and concept behind ...
... of the promenade is a fascinating green glass sculpture, which on closer inspection turned out to be 3,200 cider bottles lit from the inside in the evening.We had a glass of wine at cafe across from a large fortress looking building, Revillagigedo Palace. The building from the 17th C was designed to look impenetrable to ward off any marauding attackers from the sea. From there we wandered through the old town to Plaza Mayor (the major ...
... hostess, separated but now a semi professional walker (but with a strong distrust of the Olympians). Interestingly she started walking (did 1,200km from Le Puy en Velay earlier) following the horrible German Wings crash. Very affected by this but sensible and fun. Holly is a student studying Art in Tipperary, Ireland. Her unpronounceable friend met her for the first time 3 days ago and said she'd walk with her. No one will say where they are staying the next night, ...