Vertice Aljarafe Hotel
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Today was about exploring, moving and relaxing, exploring the city of course, moving the car to a free spot and relaxing in an hammam. The night was warm and long. It was a little hard to find a comfortable position in my bed made from pallets and two sausages for pillows. In the end, positioning them as though they were two legs where I would lay in between turned out to be both a comfortable and a comforting position. In the morning I sort of felt like seeing the sun ...
... and when you go inside, you see they are not lying. Massive columns rise up to the arched ceiling, dwarfing all us wee tourists. The high altar is stunningly immense and makes you wonder if there is any gold leaf left in Europe. The Giralda bell tower attached to the cathedral is a former moorish minaret. Instead of the usual stair-master you have to climb in other European towers, this tower has a ramp. The spiral ...
Time Check: 0707hrs. Late!!! A good nights sleep with only a few "tappasy" induced dreams meant a relaxed get up. Stubbing my toe on a balloon... the night before I had been greeted by 45 balloons in our room as it was my Birthday!!!!! What a feat of Balloon technology.... I make for the coffee station to construct our traditional cup....the bedroom was like El SIDS personal boudoir!. Vaulted ceilings, shutters and an onyx bathroom. Wow! my last experience of ...
My final week in Spain was spent in the region of Andalusia, and to introduce you to the region I have a quote from lonely planet “Images of Andalucía are so potent, so quintessentially Spanish that it’s sometimes difficult not to feel a sense of déjà vu.” I don't know if I felt a sense of déjà vu but I certainly could agree that Andalusia encompassed to my mind what you would expect of Spain, so much more so than the major ...
... place to go next and they suggested La Pastora because of their fried tapas and outdoor sitting area. So I kept it moving and found the restaurant which had a nice design for relaxing, eating tapas, and seeing what's happening out in the street. There I decided to get two tapas, one with fish and one with shrimp. Just like the workers at the previous bar said, the food was fantastic! After finishing up there I decided to head back to my hotel because ...