Gran Hotel Solucar
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from 2 - 5 p.m. while bars and restaurants close from about 4 until 8 p.m.
Which means outside of the touristy areas, it looks like a ghost town for a few hours and don't even think about finding a place open for dinner until 8 p.m.
When I checked into my hostel around 6:30 p.m., there were two girls who also had just arrived and were really hungry. They could not understand why ...
We've planned to do the three Spanish southern cities that are most likely on everyone's list and as we're approaching from the Algarve, Seville gets our attention first. Because of travelling, we're arriving into Seville round about lunch time so we decided to "do" the cathedral that afternoon before finding our campsite and then, if we felt like it, we popping back the following morning to do the ...
... 8217; costumes. They look a lot like Klu-Klux-Klan outfits, only the hoods are black –it’s really quite disconcerting to see little children all dressed up like that. Apparently it’s the costume of different Christian Brotherhoods dated back to the middle ages. They have figurines and toys and all sorts decorated like it. It’s really quite bizarre.
After long lines of Brotherhood costumes ...
... who approach them and try to join. If the man accepts, great, if the girl isn't attractive or is a bad dancer, he just walks away and starts his mating dance all over again.
People: Despite the unbelievably high unemployment rate here in Spain (for men, I think its around 60% now), the attitude of everyone is very good. I see people smiling on the street, laughing, and enjoying each others company. Even as a foreigner they are all very nice to me. I am ...
... 1401 and took over the site of a conquered mosque. The last spot on the Cathedral tour is the Giraldo Bell Tower. This is the only part of that remains from the Moors. There are 37 levels of ramps to reach the top of the tower. The ramps were to accommodate the horses and riders that made the trek 5 times daily to give the call to Muslim prayer. I'll let them pictures speak for themselves. In the heat of the day we made a beeline for the Barrio Santa Cruz-- ...