Gran Hotel Solucar
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... brutal, but the the sweeter one was nice enough. I learned all about the differences between sherries, moscatel (muscat), oporto (port) and, as I called them, "normal wines" (much to the amusement of the locals!!) vino tinto (red) and vino blanco (white). I wandered through Jerez...there's some amazing sights. Not just the 24 hour shop that has a sex toy vending machine (yup...re-read that so you can be sure to understand!!) A proper vending machine with vibrators and blow ...
... to the air conditioned comfort of our apartment for half an hour of respite. It was around 4pm and we looked up the closing times for the Sevilla Cathedral and Real Alcazar. We had 30 mins before the cathedral closed. Not that we would be overly upset if we missed it, we thought we should give it a try. We sneakily snuck in the exit gate and saved 8 euros each (and its not like the church needs any more cash). The inside of the cathedral was quite impressive. The detail in the ...
2013 June 28 - Friday
I made it down to the breakfast room right at precisely seven and found a few of the others were there already. The hotel served cooked ham, some kind of soft cheese in a small yogurt tub, bread and buns, cereals, juices and coffee, which was quite adequate.
We made the trek across the bridge to meet the Bus and Javier was waiting. Our first stop today was a small "puebla blanca" hill town called Grazalema. The ...
... and palace with some sections dating back to 900AC! These parts of Spain were under Moorish rule till roughly the 15th century, after which the Christians conquered back their land. So, much of the Alcazar grounds and buildings are a lovely mix of Muslim (Nasri) and Christian Iberic culture. Very different to the Alhambra in Granada, were certainly a highlight for us and for everyone visiting Seville. Highly recommended.
By the time we ...
... in the shins and draws blood! Who knew that buying boots could be so hazardous! I will include a picture of the pair I wanted him to get and the pair we eventually got, which actually fit okay. My mission now is to see some flamenco. Yesterday we scoped out a bunch of venues and have pretty much decided where we want to go, we just have to get a ticket and then fill the time till it starts at 9pm. So we have a meal and then head into the venue. It is a very small ...