Gran Hotel Solucar
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... found my confidence and was smoothly heading for Sevilla city center... Now I know my way driving around Amsterdam and that can sometimes be a little challenging... Rotterdam is even a little worse in my opinion and Den Haag can be a right pain in the bum. Sevilla blows them clean out of the water. There was no logic to the way one way traffic went, no logic to the traffic lights where there are two lanes to go straight ahead but only one lane ...
... and we had a lot of fun watching them.
Our second stop was a private caseta owned by a friend of Pepa’s. The main difference (besides the security guard at the door) was live music and more people dancing (although that could have been because it was later in the evening). One thing that stood out for me was how everyone knows the same dance called Sevillanas – a form of flamenco. All ages were dancing together – it was cool to watch. We need ...
... as the offices for the Exposition. We found dozens of visitors riding in boats on the waterway that encircles the Plaza. We were told that the Plaza was used as a location set for at least two movies--Lawrence of Arabia and Star Wars. It was easy to see why, given the dramatic setting and buildings. Mostly, we strolled the Maria Louisa park taking photos and enjoying the beauty. At one point we came across a group of middle-school children enjoying an outdoor ...
Warm as usual. Slow to rise. Nice airbnb apartment at 68 calle toroneo but we had to leave the windows open because its still quite warm and the noise from the nearby major road was incessant all night. Didn't keep me awake though probably thanks to the full bottle of Tio Pepe we had last night. After arriving at around 3pm yesterday we set off to find the tourist office. It was Sunday and the place was heaving with tourists, the locals very wisely staying ...
... were more crowded. The homeless people were also sadder in Seville, although the general population was much happier than in Granada. There were more "signs of American Capitalism" (Veronica's words) such as a McDonalds and three Starbucks. It didn't feel as though I was in a foreign country in the main part of Seville, other than the fact that everyone was speaking Spanish.
The Cathedral of Seville and La Reales Alcázares y Jardines were a ...