Vertice Aljarafe Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... I've gobsmacked myself at how you simply get back the Spanish language. My Spanish is rudimentary at best and if they talk at great speed I'm lost but I can quickly order things and get a basic understanding of what people are trying to say - just saying I'm impressed with me! Then the thought crosses my mind.....should I spend a few months here and attend a language school? Sounds like a grand excuse to be in Spain - did I tell you I LOVE SPAIN?
... 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 ...
... next to my own personal supermarket). At first I thought he was always there or else across the street, and that his wife played when he took breaks. However, I have since learned that he must grace other neighborhoods with his presence as well, or maybe he even has another job?!? Because there are times when he's not there, and I notice his absence. So I've taken to dropping change in his bucket whenever he's around, in the hope ...
... in the car that they could steal so that was good.
So today we went to the cathedral, it is the 3rd biggest church in the world and it was massive.
There was like all separate little churches beside each other.
We went to the skate park and there was two right next to each other so I rode both it was awesome fun.
That night we went to a flamingo dance and I didn't really want to see it but it was good ...
... would throw the box into a corner. Loudly. The pattern that I am starting to notice is that making a lot of noise after 22:00 is not only normal, it is absolutely a must. People don't sleep at that time?! Anyhow, today was a bit of a rainy day, at least in the morning. I decided to go to placa de Espania. A square recently built for a big festival in Spain. I sat down and ordered breakfast at a tiny bistro and talked to a girl for a ...