Ribera De Triana Hotel
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... a "soundproof" room - must have known Chris was coming. Our room, Sinfonia, is in the annex. The hotel is spread over 3 buildings. Our room is quite elegant and very comfortable; the only drawback is our room is on a rather noisy alley - need to keep the windows closed at night! The hotel has several lovely patios where one can "chill out" listening to the sounds of fountains and jacuzzi. We spend the ...
located in the midst of all the action.
Seville hosted world fairs or international expositions as
they now tend to be called in 1929 and 1992, the 500th anniversary
of Columbus’s discovering the Americas. The latter was held on a site outside of
town but the earlier one was near the center of the city and now constitutes
the Parque de Maria Luisa, formal gardens with exotic and native plants and
museums in some of the ...
... garden on the other side. While the paths here where mostly dirt they had the same trimmed bushes on both sides and it was still impressive. We wandered the paths admiring the fountains at every intersection and the pools and trees mixed in with the scenery. We found a lot of nice views before we ran into another wall. We recognised this wall as we had seen it before from the other side on our walking tour. But we had a sit down to enjoy the view which included a huge ...
... commemorates all of the saints who are in heaven. Along the way back home we ended up seeing a play put on about one of the saints (not sure who as we stumbled upon this play on the street) and we also saw another flamenco performer, this time in the street, before heading back to Madrid.
And today I got the chance to finally see El Rastro, a famous open-market area in La Latina, Madrid. It's common here to bargain for clothing, trinkets and other items ...
... is a world famous festival and brings tourists and the faithful from around the world each year to witness the procession of centuries old church relics being exhibited on the massive floats being carried by 36 to 48 men who shuffle slowly through the streets behind a band and the congregation. For each of the 60 brotherhoods, one float with churches life-size statue of Mary is covered in candle sticks, flowers, gold leaf altar pieces and embroidered ...