Gran Hotel Solucar
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that visit the rain started to pull away and the sun came out a little. I decided to visit the tea girl another time to ask if she wanted to have coffee together after her shift. She couldn't because she had a party or whatever but at least I tried. All of this time today I felt like I missed something. I wanted to bring my small bag with me from holland but I forgot. I decided that I wanted a new one and browsed a lot of stores. Suddenly ...
Today we left Madrid - our hotel in Madrid was on the top floor and we had a lovely view from the balcony over the city - it was also 200 metres from the station, so we walked from there to catch the fast train from Madrid to Seville. The station at Madrid is like an airport with boarding lounges etc - not easy to navigate around and you forget that you are catching a train and at 300 Kms an hour the train really moves along. We really love Seville - what a beautiful ...
... s death in 1926. The queue to enter the Sagrada Familia was rediculousy long (what is it with queues? Whoever suggested that travelling in Winter was good because you avoid the crowds and queues was dead wrong!) so we did our obligatory walk around, selfie shots and I was able to point out the spot where, nine years ago, I had my Marilyn moment while walking over a subway grate. We then explored Gaudi's Park Guel, atop a hill with a stunning view ...
We drove from Ronda straight to Seville wondering where we should park the car for the 5 days as the area where our apartment was is pedestrians only. First off we thought about the Airport and then on approaching the town we spotted parking signs off the main road. The Metro being right there to take us into town we decided that was it. 20 minutes later we were in the centre of Seville with a modern Metro costing us 1.80 ...
About a week ago, I was FaceTiming my mom when she told me the news that she would be returning to Sevilla again. She hated being home in the States and felt that she didn't see enough of the city while she was here a couple of weeks prior. Today was the day that she would be getting in. I waited till after lunch to go greet her at the Dona Maria where she stayed when she was here recently with my dad. I walked 15 minutes to the hotel only to find that she was ...