Sevilla Congresos Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Seville
... somewhere open and reasonably priced to eat lunch. After at least half an hour of waking around we settled on getting sandwiches at a café which was not far from where we were staying and luckily had an English menu available. As we are only a couple of days into our Spanish journey we have yet to learn much Spanish and therefore ordering food at a restaurant is extremely difficult without an English menu. Shut up, we both learned French at school....and now ...
... met and parking in a marina! Hot shower, toilet, wifi and a great view over the river - not just that but the bus stop was right outside the marina and the bus to Seville took just ten minutes and cost Euro 1.55.....so convenient!
Turns out Seville, like Malaga and Barcelona, is yet another beautiful Spanish city, though it reminded us a little of Vienna in Austria, probably the architecture, the wide boulevards and the elegant horses ...
... seven of us were able to catch some sun with the main river right in front of us! We stayed out there for about an hour before Ash and I finally gave in to some ice cream at Rayas--an ice cream store that my professor highly recommended. It's great because it has so many delicious flavors! I was sad to part from her but knew that the day also had more ahead of me.
Later into the evening, a group of us students from ...
... wait amongst the noise and chaos for your number! It was yum, simple and filling. We befriended an Aussie girl who is a uni student and she gave us the name of good tapa place to try. This was great as our other observation is that the Spanish here are very unfriendly. They won't smile at you let alone talk to you or help you. Pooh.
It was getting quite late, after 10pm by the time we got to the fair and whilst there was a lot of foot traffic not ...
... for rest before night parades people already 'pitched' for parade due to start in 5hrs time! Back to the Punte Isabel 2 to wait for the Triana night parade due at 02.45. There were so many penitents, some walking barefoot that the parade took much longer than expected saw first float of Christ carry cross on the bridge then moved down to Triana to see Mary and people shouting "guava" ( beautiful). Returned to the hotel bed at 05.00. Hope to see floats return home in the ...
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