Vertice Aljarafe Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... Performances included a guitarist, singer, solo dances by the male and female dancers, and dances together. We had dinner at La Bulla, a restaurant serving non-traditional tapas. This was one the best places we ate while in Seville. Then we had drinks on the rooftop of a hotel adjacent to the ...
... thought. Let's be fair someone must have signed off on it. Dumb ****. Haha. Found some new jandals. €3 so I was a happy man for now til I can get some better ones. We arrived at the hotel and I had an hour nap before a shower and a much needed freshening up. We left the hotel in search for a meet up point for a flamenco show. The show was very interesting. I was impressed by the dancers yes and the singing but what I really enjoyed was the ...
... have any fun at all? So, I found myself taking this class. As luck would have it, I got to put it off until February, since they don't seem to offer any classes for beginners until then (the class I attended was already in progress, adding to the whole experience of overload), the idea being I guess that it's better to cram a lot of learning into a short period of time before the Big Event. So, I got a little break from the onslaught of it all ...
... in Perth)' with old world carnations and geraniums hanging from the small balconies of the apartments overhead. The street trees are orange trees bearing fruit. Orange juice is always available and they squeeze it in front of you. Can't get better than that! And brekky included real Spanish beans. Blessed start to the day.
Took a wander around in the morning - I like to call them mini adventures - heck knows where you're going, the map is so ...
Greetings and a Happy New Year to one and all!
This will be more pictures than text, but I promise to bless (or curse) you soon with more of my inherent verbosity about life in Sevilla...
Meanwhile I just wanted to share some pics of my family's visit. Some of us visited the Alhambra (last stronghold of ~800 ...