Sercotel Suites Viena
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Alcazaba, which is the fort at the very edge looking down onto the city. There were some really amazing views of the Seirra Nevada, with giant snow-covered peaks, as well as the rest of the city from there.
Since I got up so early I hadn't had time to eat breakfast and it was almost 11 am so I started peeling an orange I had brought while I walked all the way back to the entrance so that I colud switch over to the Generalife palace and the ...
... at the high altar which is done in gold leaf, some of the gold coming from the voyages of Columbus. The Choir faces the high altar and contains over 100 chairs each carved with a different scene of the Reconquista when Muslims were slowly pushed back into Africa. A unique feature of the Cathedral is the Transparante which is a hole cut into the ceiling to let the sun brighten the church. The hole posed a problem but the ...
... of fountains and flowers everywhere. From here we had another look around the shops and then went to dinner. No one goes out for dinner till 9pm here! Sun was still out at 10pm only just setting now! We went to a place recommended to us by the receptionist because Richard wanted a good paella. And he was impressed. We are off in the morning to San Seb. Train is at 8am! I will write another post as soon as I can. p.s sorry for all the spelling mistakes! ...
Managed to fit a spot of shopping in before finding a little local bar to have some dinner and a drink.
Am struggling a little with the language but giving it a go wherever I can, though I’m sure some of the locals probably wish I wouldn’t butcher their language….. Have been lucky enough to find somebody in most places who understands at least a little bit of English and the guide book Zoe loaned me is coming in very ...