Gran Hotel Solucar
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I had to interview my host mother, Emma, for a homework assignment. One of the questions I had asked her was "where is your favorite place here in Sevilla?". From first glance I thought that this park was nothing more than a place with a bunch of trees and a few paths, but once I really began to walk deeper past the entrance of the park, I soon realized that I was very wrong. The park is full of colors from all sorts of trees (purple, ...
... my foot out of the saddle as I was falling because the last thing I wanted was the drag the horse down on top of me of fall directly under this beast. So as I pulled my foot out I fell right to the ground in a nice soft patch of mud. Thankfully all of those years stage fighting at poly taught me how to roll without hurting myself. We all had a good laugh about it but everyone seemed so surprised that I got right back up and was laughing my ass ...
... historical sites and the buildings are still functioning in some official capacity, either as an educational institution, government ministry, or military administrative establishment. The palace gardens are extensive, one could spend several days wandering the many paths. Unfortunately, the heat does not allow this, so taking the horse drawn carriage allows us to see much of it.
When we finished the tour, Myra decided to go back to the hotel to ...
We walked past this building every time we went anywhere, and every time, we stopped to gaze at it. We agreed it was one of the prettiest we saw anywhere in Spain. No idea what it is but it sure is pretty.
... day by staying out too late. Just call me Ol' Man Sutherland. We went on a walking tour the next morning to learn a bit about the city and it's history. They are free tours although you tip them what you think it is worth at the end of the tour. The history is delivered in quite an entertaining way and they often have you playing roles. Tess was asked to play a lady who took Hercules' fancy. She did an okay job, her delivery was a bit sloppy and she would often forget ...