Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We arrived in Granada around midnight, so checked into our hotel in the Old Town. We would meet up with Malia on her birthday, June 9 - the next day. Hotel Lima was very nice, with lots of artworks and handcrafted touches. We were on a quiet side street but near a plaza with a fountain. The owner was very friendly and we seemed to be the only guests. The next day, we were awakened by the noise of hammering ...
... clueless. We went inside and sat near the bar because the seats there were the only elevated ones (the receptionist at the hostel told us to sit there so we could see best and so we didn't get sweat on by the dancers). The female dancer was decent but she had a scowl the whole time which was a bit off putting. The male dancer was amazing. Afterwards we walked home and ate the food we had bought. Then we played the tinder ...
My dear friend Greg came to visit during the first week of April, and we had a fabulous time, starting in Madrid, then on to Granada, where I visited La Alhambra, again! I'll spare you further photos of the grounds, but I'm including some views of it from a distance. The terrace of our beautiful accommodations afforded such spectacular views that we hardly wished to spend time anywhere else! (Thanks, Greg!) We ended up in Sevilla for the ...
... Kate from Washington DC, who flew into Malaga, and we took a little trip along the southern coast before returning to Sevilla. So, pictures & videos here are mainly from those 2 visits. I've got some stories to tell and want to write more some time...soon....? But in the meantime wanted to give a shout out to all of you and show you some pics.
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Much love to all of you!
... br> A bit of history: The Royal Alcazar of Seville is the oldest Royal Palace still in use in Europe. Raised over the 1st settlement foundations of Seville, It has its origins during the XI century AD, Since that day until now, every civilization, every culture that has dwelt the Iberian Peninsula used the Royal Alcazar of Seville as capital of its kingdom, thereby leaving eternal memory of its time in the architecture and in the immaterial heritage. Declared ...