Hotel San Pablo
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... the river, however the down side
(which is minimal considering it is 35 degrees C early afternoon) is that the leaves and flowers etc gather on the deck.
Whilst we waited for our mooring we went into Seville – a fairly short bus ride from Gelves. Having done a little research we decided to visit the cathedral – which is we must say very impressive. Part of the entrance fee let you climb the tower ...
... it includes a canal. Caleches went by as well as the goofy segway people.
Back after 1730. A shower and some computer time until 1930 rendezvous. Quite happy to return to El Rinconcillo, the first tapas bar Elaine took us to. Had three sherry's and then switched to tinto verrano to make sure I was fine in the morning. I let John by and large do the ordering of tapas, including the usual culprits of cheese and ham plus some breaded salted ...
... was already in the bathroom) but to my relief no vomiting noises followed. He then yelled out why am I so sick? (To which I really wanted to reply) but before I could he started singing Guiding star. This was followed by David’s notorious snoring. Of course I got out of bed to check on him. I found him snoring away head positioned between the shower and the toilet bowl, hand still on the toilet paper roll on the wall. After some poking and prodding he woke up and ...
... of Thrones. It would have been nice if we had time to see the actual Alcázar, but knowing that we were walking where celebrities had been filming just two weeks ago felt pretty cool too!
One other thing I forgot to mention is a holiday that took place this past Saturday called All Saints Day. Here in Spain, Halloween is not as big as it is in the US, but it has recently been gaining a lot of popularity. All Saints Day, however takes place the day after ...
... whacky layout of the hotel with it's many buildings and patios. It was a short walk from our hotel to the Alcazar. Once inside we looked for the ticket booth selling the guided tours to the upper section of the palace, which is still used occasionally by Spain's King and Queen. (Ian's brother Malcolm had given us a heads up on this one.) While we waited for our tour to start, we looked at a display of decorative fans, and the section of the building devoted to ...