Vertice Aljarafe Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... I am hoping that tomorrow when we reach the south coast it will be better. It is quite grey today which does not help my grey mood. Two days ago the telly fell off its mount yesterday the water meter stopped working and I chopped a lump out of my finger trying to chop an onion the knife slipped. Hope that's ...
... so we could watch the sunset over the ocean. It was one of those moments that sticks with you and the things that you remember from the trip, plus it was free so even better. After the sunset we wandered into town to have some dinner so we stopped at a restaurant that looked reasonably priced. I had grilled mixed fish which consisted of a whole sardine (not my favourite), piece of tuna steak, salmon and sea bass. Besides for the fact ...
... A side story is that it was more demeaning to build the chapel in the mosque than to tear it down. Our local guide walked us through the centuries pointing out changes from all of the centuries. There was Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Victorian additions. The new altar area had mahogany pulpits and benches from Cuba. As in the Seville cathedral, there are tombs of important clergy and wealthy contributors under the floor perimeter. An area of glass ...
... dance show. Flamenco is a traditional Spanish type of dance, and Seville is especially known for it. You can quite literally see the passion these dancers have in their faces, and the man dancer almost kicked a few audience members in the front row with his high kicks and flying feet. After a cathedral visit, some panoramic views at the top of a building, and some ...
... that they also use an entirely different vocabulary. Including for really basic stuff. So I found myself not only having to learn new words for things I was already familiar with, but also to UNlearn the old word (or rather, try to “temporarily” forget it) that was invariably on the tip of my tongue. And that doesn’t even begin to count the slang. An analogy that has occurred to me is the contrast between the English spoken in the ...