Sevilla Congresos Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Catholic Church in the world, Seville Cathedral, a truly spectacular building with an amazing bell tower. We took a harbour cruise which was nice but very windy and cold. Seville is a really lovely city, really clean and well looked after. I think the major thing that has happened for Seville was it hosted World Expo in 1992 and that is really all anyone talks about here. Well worth the stopover though. Tomorrow we are heading for Gibraltar and ...
... BUT they are not ***********e is giving the 3rd degree to her travel "organiser"....NO I WANT the Palace Suite....Yes ........but does it rain all day in Mumbai...I need to know if I need a pullover at night......BOOK IT NOW!!!!! BA - Captain (Squadron Leader really) Thompson-Smith welcomes us aboard in a Battle of Britain "Hello chaps" way. Off we go and the 2hr flight passes quickly. We were running 15 mins late and a ...
... that style. Unlike a lot of the palace visits that I've done the Alcazar has no furniture and therefore no cordoned off areas in each room and no set path that tourists are ushered along which I quite enjoyed, though the lack of furniture did sometimes make it harder to imagine how the rooms were used. The attached gardens were also very beautiful, but I didn't wander in them too long having gotten rather tired with the rest of the exertions. I should mention, since I ...
... At this point it was a rush to get my luggage and get the bus to Lisbon.
Finally I arrive at the bus station with 5 minutes to spare. Climbed aboard and settled down with a sudoko. After riding the bus for 15 mins the driver got off the main road and turned around. What the hell is happening? Apparently he forgot to put petrol in the tank. 20mins later we were back on the road to Lisboa.
... like this, and Molly and I aren't really the best experts to help them understand what they are seeing. I'm sure there are layers and layers of history and politics and religious symbolism right in front of our eyes, lessons for the taking, but we don't have the tools. There are several school field trips going on, maybe a half dozen, from different countries (they wear matching shirts) and they have teachers that are giving lectures and taking the ...