Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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... on our travels through Andalusia. Some will be cliché and stereotypical, but they left an impression, so I'll mention them.
Andalusia is horses, pork, and the Catholic Church. All are pervasive, public and revered. (Yes, this is stereotypical and our Spanish friends might not be interested in any of them. Except for the jamón!) As a Canadian, they are a near constant presence which we are not used to. Our children learned a lot about the ...
... the existing churches. This plaza is popular for photo ops as you can see in the pictures we've provided. We headed for the riverwalk and stopped at the El Arena. This is a guided tour of the Seville bull fighting ring and museum. Although bullfighting has been controversial, even to many Spaniards, it was great getting a history lesson on how it all started. Centurys ago this was a former military training that over the years became a tradition. Whether you ...
... out for a good long nap... As the night wore on, anticipation crept in, because tonight we were going to see flamenco dancing, especially well known in Sevilla. You can buy tickets to so many shows in the city, but luckily our wonderful hosts let us know of La Carboneria, this great artsy spot with flamenco shows every night, drinks and food, and nothing too fancy, all for free (well not the drinks). We were sold! As usual, finding the place took a bit ...
... able to talk to her.
My older brother lives in NYC and will be joining me
in Europe for Christmas!! I am SO excited!! We decided on Munich; we'll
both arrive on Christmas Eve and spend a week together. As of right
now, we are scheduled to be in Munich the whole time but we are
currently talking about taking a couple short trips to a few other
cities (maybe even Zurich!). I'm so happy. I visited him in NY in
September but I've really ...
... It was time to recover.
Nevertheless, I was still determined to make the very most out of my last day here in Sevilla. I woke up a bit earlier than usual so that I could get to my classroom to review right before the exam. It began on the dot at 9am. It was five pages long and took a little less than two hours to complete. Afterwards, students were gathering in the main lobby of the center making plans to have a small lunch as a celebration. Janae, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking