Ribera De Triana Hotel
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Day 3 Today started at 7:30, when I suddenly found myself awake. I lounged around until 8:30 at which point I got up, showered and went down for breakfast. Plans for today are to go to the Real Alcazar (the palace) and do the Cathedral. Googling info about them both I realised that the palace opened at 9:30. That was the incentive I needed. Out by …
Day 1 Having been dropped off at the airport by Dominic, I managed to get myself safely to the hotel. Using the Spanish phrase 'Al hotel Ribera de Triana I got into a taxi. Cost €30 - may need to find a cheaper alternative for the way back. The ride took me round the ring road to the south side of the river. The hotel is pleasant though my …
... in Seville from the 14th century, to the river, the bull ring before finally finishing in the Plaza de Espana. With it now pushing 1430 and we were all pretty hungry and tired from all the walking, we split up and Leesh and I head over and check out the dog she napping in the middle of the massive building plaza. The building was huge with fountains, a Venetian like canal with rowboats and to top it off, plenty of dogs for Leesh and I to froth over and dream about stealing ...
Seville is the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region and a hotbed for flamenco dance, especially in the Triana neighborhood. The city is known for its ornate Alcázar castle complex, built during the Moorish Almohad dynasty, and its 18th-century Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza bullring. The massive Gothic cathedral is the site of Christopher Columbus’s tomb and a famous minaret ...
... had a good view of Gibraltar, but it was a foggy morning, so we kept on down the road. As we approached Tarifa, which is the southern most point in both Spain and Europe, the wind picked up. A lot. I’d read that the south-western coast of Spain is famous for its constant wind, so much so that it’s one of the premier places for wind and kitesurfing. It certainly lived up to its reputation. We pulled into Tarifa, decided to park in ...