Ribera De Triana Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... scent came from flowers of bitter oranges, which in the past were shipped to England to be made into marmalade) The architecture is Gothic, Islamic and Christian all at the same time and for the first time in Europe, we see extensive use of porcelain tiles; intricate and colourful. The cold wind whispers of gallant mariners (the first to circumnavigate the Earth), Seville is also the resting place of ...
... ran in a circle between the building and the fountain. Our first order of business was of course the group photo. The photographer came up and introduced himself, and gave the girls a cute little puppy. After the girls had finished fawning over the puppy we all settled into two lines with the first line kneeling and he took two photos and them after a quick congratulations he was off taking photos of the next group behind us complete with puppy. We then got introduced ...
... spectacular, and also the view from it.
After that we went to an art museum. It only cost e$1.50 to get in, but everything we wanted to see was closed. It was most disappointing. The only thing that will fix that is some tasty food and beverages and then a siesta.
I slept for ages. I must have been tired, or it was the red wine. But we headed out for a walking tour of Santa Cruz, which is the Jewish quarter. We are ...
... we sought out a peacefully little setting within a stunning little garden. If you can call the largest late-medieval garden in Europe a little garden. It was so very peaceful, one could easily imagine summoning the servants to bring you lunch. So rested and happy off we went in search our meat an cheese and of course an amazing bootle of wine, a simple dinner over which to rest our weary feet and plan our upcoming road trip through the White Hill ...
Seville is beautiful and I think my favourite Spanish city. It just oozes with culture and life. It is the capital city for Andalusia and populated by over1.5million people. Seville was founded as the Roman city of Hispalis, and was known as Ishbiliya (Arabic) after the Muslim conquest in 712. During the Muslim rule in Spain, Seville came under the jurisdiction of the Caliphate of Cordoba before becoming the independent Taifa of Seville; later ...