Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of Sevilla’s poorly planned projects: a huge business park area that is mostly just trash strewn fields full of weeds with a scattering of random stores-- an annoying stretch of road with no shade whatsoever. Finally I make it to Tomares which means a long uphill climb, which I don’t mind, as long as there’s shade and I feel like I’m discovering a new town. Tomares has an older feel, with the typical two storey flat faced houses snuggled ...
We spent the day exploring inside the famous Seville Cathederal. We entered and saw so many amazing things then climbed up the 34 stories up the Giralda Bell Tower to check out the view of Seville. To this day no building in the centre can be higher than the Bell Tower.
This Cathederal was the largest in the world at one point prior to ...
We arrived at Seville late in the night and walked around a little bit.
The next day Dad had to move the car to a public parking but when he came out the front right hand window got broken and someone got in our car and opened the door to see what was in there.
But there was nothing in there but my ...
... me lay a sort of drapery of honeycombed wood, just my first clue to what unfolded as a huge mushroom-like sculpture above our heads. The story goes (per Virginia) that this place was a hole in the ground for 30 years. Back then they started to dig to make a parking lot under a market, & happened across some Roman ruins. Whoops!! This ...
... from the initial waiting room, King's study, a number of rooms formerly used by the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabel and family (see previous blog entries) as bedrooms, dining room, billboards room, smoking room, and finally the room where you would get to meet the king. All were sumptuously decorated in the Mudejar architectural style and with ornate furniture. After wandering around the Alcazar, with its many intricately decorated rooms and large ...