Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a clip and use one of the bridges built for the 92 Expo as a backdrop. Then, as darkness sets in I head across the river to explore some of the equally lively but less touristy neighborhoods on the other side. I finish the night with a pause on the bridge gazing out to the romantic scene below with lights from the city, the riverside cafes and boats passing by… Post Visit Sevilla: Christmas Eve in Spain December 24, 2012, Day 167 6 hrs, 17.9 kms Day Total: 16 hrs, ...
... the Cathedral we walked back to the hostel. On the way we stopped at the corner shop and picked up some food. At the hostel we are some free paella and then went to the terrace and had a siesta in the hammocks. It was a perfect afternoon. The weather was amazing and the sun shone just right on the hammocks. After our siesta we walked to the flamenco museum. We had to stand in line outside and some of the tourists there ...
... It was actually more fun for me to watch the many expert dancers there than to do it myself.
Feria is basically one of the biggest parties known to Man. It apparently started a couple of hundred years ago as a sort of trade show for cattle, where people would then hang out to eat & dance & party. It has evolved since then to the festivity it is today, with a nod to tradition in the horse-drawn carriages that parade through ...
... moved the silver from the mines to Sevilla, requires some Herculean effort in trying to map and plan. There are currently no maps in print n English and the only guidebook is pretty rough - but with that and a couple of apps (that all give different distances - give or take a few kms) we fudge our way through. The Camino Frances which is the one we did last year is the most popular route with maps and guidebooks galore and a bucket of cafes, bars ...
As the forecast called for rain this morning, we thought it would be a good idea to tour the cathedral. We got a little bit of a late start which ended up being fine because the cathedral didn't open until 11 (I had the summer times confused). We walked out front of our apartment building to a super cute restaurant (Gustos) with a country feel for breakfast. Shane was excited because they had a British breakfast (beans, sautéed ...