Sevilla Vereda Real Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I ponder this as I hike from the commuter train station towards the historical sector. I figure I should at least take another video clip of the extraordinary Plaza de Espana, one of the grandest plazas in the world. But unfortunately it’s all getting redesigned with construction material scattered all over the place, kind of spoiling the view. I head towards the area around the Giralda just to soak in the vibe of that place one more time. I come across a ...
... outside and the tower were its most impressive features. After the cathedral we headed off to the university which is housed inside an old tobacco factory (the second largest building in Spain). It is a bit strange having the university contained inside one structure - we walked through it and it has some nice courtyards and internal meeting areas. We then headed off to Plaza de Espana, a large structure that was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition ...
... Full English" at The Britannia Pub (run by a retired Scots Guard Sergeant and his craggy wife with tattoos like Popeye). 35 years ago this establishment was about 100 yards from our Hotel in Lloret de Mar (near the Amsterdam Disco which was full of 25 year old grandmothers from Doncaster) who were easily impressed by a group of English Public Schoolboys who could talk the hind legs of a donkey and danced like John Travolta with Polio. That was another ...
... back to the other side of the river into the old town again. We passed the cathedral and payed to get into the Alcazar which is big and with beautiful gardens. It took us about an hour and a half to see everything and than we walked out direction Marco's apartment where we arrived at 5 as we had said. Great to see him after such a long time. The last time we saw him was in Liege where we watched Italy - Portugal for the World Cup. The Angel (2) and Julia (3) were ...
Chris, the firefighter from England whom we met at Mont Saint Michel a couple of weeks ago , arrived at our resort right before leaving to meet up with Mike and Maureen. He was still awake and we swapped more travel stories with him before calling it a night. The next day, we headed out for a day ride in the Andalucia mountains. Chris is also on Travelpod so we asked him if we could share his story from this great day of riding. Our next post will ...