Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I needed a way to relax. I asked Juan about hammams in Seville and he pointed me to one but warned me that it might be a little expensive. Over 50 euros including a 30 mins massage. Acceptable. It was great. The whole place was spread over two floors and the basement where the water was heated. The top floor is for changing and the massages and the bottom floor contained a jacuzzi, normal bath, hot bath, cold bath, steam room, freakishly cold bath, relaxing area ...
We travelled today to Gibraltar. We needed passports to cross the border which is very strange as they are a part of the European Union but use British Pounds as their main currency. A couple of our group were from South Africa and Philippines and they had to have very expensive Visas and were held up at the border for some time. Between security and the Rock we had to cross the only piece of flat land on the island ...
... is a "Sloane Rangerette" looking like Pussy Galore. Her name is Melissa and is puffing away on a Malboro Lite cigarette....where are you from she "purrs" in her best Cheltenham Ladies College accent.. "from Epsom actually" I squeak back enthusiastically........OK Yaaaah!.......later on in the day I spotted her chomping on a plate of Paella in a nearby cafe chatting up a local lad in Epsadrils. Off we go! We head though a maze of little winding streets ...
... to get tickets for the Alhambra, having been unable to purchase them online because for some reason Australian cards don't work for their website - such fun! My good intentions were shot down by a horrible nights sleep that culminated in overheating which caused nightmares due to the hostel staff coming in and turning off the airconditioning whilst we were sleeping, but also leaving the window closed so 6 warm bodies heated a very small and entirely sealed off room - ...
... can’t be that demanding. The Feria is where you really get to see horses. It’s also a little girl’s dream. Horses, carriages, beautiful flamenco dresses, flowers in the hair, dancing, caballos in traditional costume - a fairy tale come to life.
The Spanish generally dress well and when I say well, I mean a lot better than your average person in Canada. The shops stock a wide range of nice clothing so it’s easy to look good. ...