Ribera De Triana Hotel
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... of them looking like colonial haciendas and each one unique… In this next suburb I also find a castle (sort of) and a few more blocks of Old Town to wander around in. 0707 Impressive Hilltop Monastary (Sp 037, 10B-059) San Juan Azalfarache, August 6, 2010 Day 339: 2 hours, 8.2 kms It’s 7:30 PM, but for some reason, the sun feels just as hot. Soon I learn why: it’s still 43 degrees out! Damn! But I’ve still got some more fight in me so, ...
... Nebu from Star Wars. This Plaza is INCREDIBLE. The detail in each pillar and brick is fascinating. This was a theme I continued to find through our travels in Spain and Portugal, every building of importance could be looked at for hours as each seemed to be wrought with creativity and passion for architecture.
On our final night, we found a free jazz show at a bar nearby ...
... today. The tower has great views of the city and rather than 35 flights of stairs, there are 34 ramps and one flight of stairs. Apparently, when it was a minaret, the muezzin in charge of calling the people to prayer 5 times a day, climbed to the top of the tower on his donkey. Poor bloody donkey. However, I must admit it was a lot easier to climb the ramps than stairs, and you could run down them quite easily, ...
... some debate as to whether the bones in the tomb were his or his sons Diego but fortunately for the modern camera snapping tourist DNA testing has confirmed the remains in the monumental tomb are of Christopher and we can now say 'we saw Colombus'. Whilst the cathedral was particularly grand- and over the top- it was nothing in comparison to the Real Alcazar. This is one of my favourite places so far. It blew me away, it is architectural ...
... Dating back to 700, and still the sometimes residence of the Spanish monarchs. If only we'd gotten there at the right time we would have had an extra hour to explore, but we still managed to see a good part of the inside areas including amazing tiled rooms and tapestries hanging from walls bigger than our whole lounge room! The patios are stunning and you really could get lost exploring here. We had planned on revisiting to see more of the palaces, but since next stop is the Alhambra, ...