Sevilla Congresos Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... et work is said to contain one of the thorns from Jesus' crown. After a very fulfilling tour we climbed up the Giraldi Bell Tower- formerly the minaret used to call the Muslims to prayer. Since it was not damaged in the big Lisbon earthquake of 1765 the Christians decided to keep It and to add bells. The original ramps used when horses were used to climb up 5 times a day are still there and get less steep and shorter as you go up the 34 ...
... ride lengths) was the cheapest, we only spent not even half that amount. I've failed to mention that during our car rides and train rides in the south, the olive trees spanned from horizon to horizon. Thousands upon thousands of them all to produce Spain's wonderful olive oil and the olives served at restaurants. The taxi stopped in the middle of the road to let us out and the driver said, "your hotel is up there". It was a ...
... the altar float, band and congregation going past our hotel. ¡Aye caramba! Apparently, each of the churches also has a weekend festival where they close the streets for their float procession - sort of like a warm-up for the bigger Holy Week festival near Easter. We were able to follow the float and saw a switch of float carriers take place just before the home church. The guys coming out from under the heavy velvet float skirt were drenched ...
... energy policy and witnessed acres..sorry hectares..sorry square kilometres of solar panel arrays. And I mean square kilometres.!! They take it very seriously here. Also to a lesser extent ,wind farms and a new innovation of a water tower and mirror array. Mirrors collect the suns rays and heat the water, convert to steam to drive turbines to produce electricity.. Trialling in this region as they get plenty of sun all year round. No nuclear power in Spain and when ...
... with cars on the first level and I took the ramp to the bike and scooter level which had a ceiling height of about 6 feet. I crouched low to avoid the hanging pipes. We settled into a room and spend more time on the blog. Susanna and Ian were working and we planned on going out with them around 8:30 for dinner. Once again it was so nice meeting local people to show us around their city. A few short blocks away was their favorite tapa bar. It was packed but they ...