Vertice Aljarafe Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... of the most beautiful in Spain. The upper levels of the Alcázar are still used by the royal family as their official Seville residence, and as we had tickets to the palace (not usually included in a general admission ticket) we were able to look around this area, accompanied by a security guard and with an audio-guide to explain everything we needed to know. The Alcazar is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, and in 1987 was registered as a ...
... In the main body of the cathedral, the most noticeable features are the great boxlike choir loft, which fills the central portion of the nave, and the vast Gothic retablo of carved scenes from the life of Christ. This altarpiece was the lifetime work of a single craftsman, Pierre Dancart. The builders used some columns and other elements from the ancient mosque, including its minaret, which was converted into a bell tower known as La Giralda, now the city's most well-known ...
... the bulls always die, either the matador kills it or if it kills the matador, the owner slays the bull and the bull's mother. Most importantly I learned that I wouldn't be able to watch it without bursting into tears. From there I went to the monastery which was closed and half way across town so I was a bit sour about that. I also visited the tower but it was very eventful. I ended the day at the Plazza Espagna, a ...
... arrive 5 mins apart and no way of knowing if it was right until you can check the arrivals board. Well....... It worked! I collected my pack and was walking to the carousel Hedley's pack was coming on and in he walks. Woohoo! No horror airport stories.
Sevilla! Yay! Starting point in two days for VDLP. Two days to explore this beautiful old city. La Giralda, the biggest Gothic cathedral in Spain, is right outside - I lay on ...
... ships and 240 men on made it back to Spain from the first ever circumnavigation of the globe.
I visited the Museum that houses all the Spanish archives from these and other colonial days.
It seems that the Lisbon 1755 earthquake also did damage here, knocking down the Cathedral and much of the town. This was not the first, as there was an earthquake in the 1400's that was just as big.
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