Sevilla Congresos Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
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... one as a couple; then the female solo, followed by male solo with each dance depicting a different style of Flamenco. There was a short finale, where you were able to take photos. The dance is intense and demanding. An excellent show. Jack and I both wondered what shape their backs, hips, and knees will be in when they're our age. We enjoyed tapas and wine at a nearby bar in the Barrio Santa Cruz. Being Friday night, the Barrio was hopping with patrons spilling out ...
... the world's 3rd biggest gothic church and an ostentatious symbol of the city's former wealth. No matter how many of these grand churches you see, it's always surprising how big they are inside. We saw the tomb of Christopher Columbus (or maybe not since Cuba and Puerto Rico both also claim to have his remains). Buoyed by a good night's sleep and delayed by the usual challenges ...
... the repository for all the warm clothes in her closet that no longer fit her. (Are you getting the idea that it's pretty chilly around here? More on the weather later.)
I have here just a humble sampling of the variety of streets named for virgins in my neighborhood. Believe me, this is by no means a complete catalogue.
I am also fortunate enough to have my own personal accordion player, who plays on the corner by my ...
... Lunch has slowed us up and by 1530 it's hot and I mean late 30's and baking. We retreat for the Hotel and decide to head for our little roof terrace. Again we have been beaten to it! This time a young blond tanned Bimbo who is taking up a whole table and two sun loungers. We manage about 40 minutes and then off for a Siesta!! Arghhhh! it's 1900 hrs we will be late for dinner! Wrong....... In Spain they get up at 1900hrs and all the restaurants are ...
... t too phased what we saw or didn't see. If we liked the look or the feel of the bar we went in and had a sangria y cerveca to cool off. A great day.
So it turns out it is difficult to be healthy when travelling, being constantly surrounded by new delicious local delicacies to try, but just get over here and get yourselves some delicious tapas - you can't go past a Croquetta or patatas bravas, but all the meats and even the way they prepare veggies (particularly potato) is really ...