Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today was devoted to seeing the inside of the Royal Alcazar (palace) and roaming around the confusing streets of Barrio Santa Cruz (aka Jewish Quarter, although there is nothing Jewish in this area). The Alcazar was built in the 10th century by the Moors and then remodeled by the Spanish in the14th century. The palace has a huge foot print and most of the buildings ...
... booking the kayak we headed to the supermarket to pick up some supplies for the next few days. It feels like we are spending so much money when we spend €50 on groceries but in reality it isn't because it is for three people and will last for the next couple of days. Other things such as garlic, rice, spices, oil, tea and coffee with all last for a couple of weeks if not longer, so in the grand scheme of things it isn't to bad. We unloaded the groceries and headed ...
... and festivities etc). It was all just based on your UK knowledge.
But anyway, I was accepted and have been told that I will be allocated in the autonomía comunidad de Andalucía! More specifically, the beautiful city of Sevilla. I will be working in two schools in a little place called Montequinto. I plan on travelling there soon to get a flat sorted and have a poke about so I shall keep you ...
... metres wide and approximately 26 metres high, making it the largest wooden structure in the world. At night it is lit, so great to take photos of, however it is so huge you cannot get the whole of the 'parasol' in a photo, due to surrounding buildings. We eat quite late at home, usually between 7 & 8 pm, in Spain however that's early, really early. Dinner time in Spain is usually around 10pm or later, but with busy days it didn't take much effort ...
... of course), & the rest of the conversation goes something like this:
Me: Is that how he makes his living?
Anna: Yes; he's a teacher.
Me: Oh, I see. He teaches too. Don't you worry about his safety?
Me: Well, isn't it dangerous?
Anna: Why would it be dangerous?
Me: Well, does he actually fight bulls, or does he only teach?
A momentary pause, then peals of laughter.
So you see, in spite of ...