Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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The day started with a tour around the city and we saw lots of historical monuments and buildings along with some amazing parks and gardens. The tour finished up with a boat trip from the Old Salt Wharf which took us along the River Guadalquivir. We then visited the Seville Cathedral & Giralda (bell tower). We were not able to use the flash inside - so don't have many photos as it was very dark. The cathedral in Seville is the most extensive gothic cathedral in ...
... plaza de toros as we had noticed parks, and walkways just beyond, bordering the Guadalquivir river. We spend several hours walking in the area, it is lovely. Being a university city, there are a number of areas where young people meet for drinks and visits which adds a young dynamism to the area.
The next morning we have a buffet breakfast at the hotel (included in the price) and head to the cathedral. The group entrance line up is already long and looking in the distance to ...
... my host mom, and let her know that I wouldn't be having lunch at the house today and, instead, purchased a churrizo sandwich and a coke. Churizzo is a rich-tasting sausage and is very popular here in Spain. So the two of us met up and walked over to the river so that we could sit, talk, and relax which, at that point, was MUCH needed. When we got to the river, there were a few other girls from her program already there, ...
... as big as Dodge Chargers it still manages to have the uplifting, light feeling of a French cathedral. Only a matter of time, of course, until I compliment something Spanish by saying it’s approaching Frenchness. But I digress (and apologize to any Spanish readers……….. sort of).
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking