Sevilla Congresos Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... to keep them under control ...a little inner chuckle. The first lots we have actually seen in uniform. They work from 9 to 1.30 then go back from 3 - 5. Schools very much just buildings...not a lot of playground of any description. There are lots of shops selling pottery and linens.... Very colourful ... Also flamenco dresses and fans. Hoping to go to Flamenco tomorrow night. Quiet night tonight ... Off on day trip tomorrow so need some ...
... would throw the box into a corner. Loudly. The pattern that I am starting to notice is that making a lot of noise after 22:00 is not only normal, it is absolutely a must. People don't sleep at that time?! Anyhow, today was a bit of a rainy day, at least in the morning. I decided to go to placa de Espania. A square recently built for a big festival in Spain. I sat down and ordered breakfast at a tiny bistro and talked to a girl for a ...
... I said we got there 'pretty early' but after 4 hours it was starting to heat up, so we slowly wandered back, detouring under every restaurant canopy (they have little puffs of water vapour spraying our at their customers and passers by) - So awesome! Lunch was take away gazpacho which we picked up from a little local produce store. It was yum and very refreshing in the heat. Oh we also walked past what was our new favourite shop in Spain, "Tea Shop" which gives you free samples like ...
... back we again called into the small bar and listened to a really good guitarist and watched a bit of very local flamenco danced by women drinking at the pub. Seems all the women know a bit of flamenco and feel moved to dance by the playing of soulful guitar. Our few days here in Seville have been pretty laid back - lots of walking and looking at buildings and gardens, stopping for a beer, coffee or tapas, and watching people go about their daily ...
... own; and sheer terror, flying down the minuscule streets and laneways, honking the horn at all the pedestrians walking on the road to get out of the way. We stayed in a shared apartment, having a room in the home of a true Sevillian, who rents out his spare rooms to tourists. There were two other ladies staying there, on a trip from Iceland. We spent the next few days exploring the picturesque streets and lanes of Seville. The cathedral was huge, streets ...