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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One more place for the day was the Plaza de Espana, a bit further east. We first passed an ornate building tied into the tobacco trade. This was my third Plaza de Espana. Not sure why I would go per my roomie's attitude of 'you've seen one [plaza de espana] and you've seen them all' but happily ignored it as this one had the most appealing. The building was built for the 1920 Spanish American exposition. Presently the site of ...
Hola again, This is an amazing building...Plaza de Espana. Around the ground level there are small seating areas and each one of those features a Spanish city with the city emblem, a pictorial plaque of the city or something important about the city and on the ground a map showing where in Spain the city is. All in colorful tiles. The building its self is huge and I believe it might hold offices of Seville, ...
... got excited by a solar thermal power station that you could see from the road - the solar tower stood out like a beacon from about 40 kms away. We were dropped back in the vicinity of our hotel before 6pm, and headed back to our room for a bit of a siesta before heading out for dinner about 8.30. We decided to return to Carmela tapas bar as we enjoyed it so much the previous evening. It has been a really good day and we will definitely have to spend more time in Cordoba in the ...
We had stopped in Seville before house sitting in Portugal but it was only to drop off one rental car and pick up another. We did not think we would be back, but as luck would have it, our friend Heather Betts was flying into Seville and then traveling with us to Morocco to ring in the New Year.
... round for a bit. We stopped for sangria to cool down then wondered around the old town some more. We had some tapas at a restaurant on the Calle Mateos Gago (a famous street filled with tapas bars) which had about 10 bull heads mounted to the walls. The food was delicious - we had potato and ham croquettes, calamari, goat’s cheese with honey, oxtail and steak in whiskey. We then headed to a Flamenco show ...