Vertice Aljarafe Hotel
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... we decided there wasn't much more to do. Back across the river, we thought, well maybe we could catch the bus to Cadiz, so hopped over to Prado San Sebastián, which is one of the main bus stations. By this time it was 11.30, and the next bus wasn't til 1pm and took nearly 2 hours, so that wasn't going to work. The tram was at the station when we came out, and we hadn't caught that before, so we jumped in it, and went in to the centre of the city, Plaza Nueva, and had ...
... very beautiful and especially the surroundings were a joy to walk through. Very large olive fields and outstretched hills... Beautiful. On my way back I bumped into a car with my car and took about 40 minutes to fill out the form. Joy. No visible damage at all you you know... I'll probably lose Some money over this. Not having slept well in a couple of days made it so that when I finally got back I was knackered. Close by I found a Belgian lady and her daughter ...
... lunch before heading back to explore. The temperature was now rising so we did what every good tourist does - sought out a place with absolutely no shade: Plaza de Espana. The pavilion in the plaza was built for the international fair in 1929. It is beautifully constructed of brick with ceramic and tile decorations that are so much a part of Seville architecture and design. It is a stunning space. Returning to the ...
... start to mill about and the omni present camera snapping, pork pie hat wearing Asian tourists "gawp" at shop windows stuffed full of castanets and flamenco dolls. Being "serious" tourists we decide to head away from the epicentre and beat a retreat to more authentic sites such as The Christopher Columbus Column......and Flamenco Museum. Seville is magnificent and surpassed all our expectations. We end up on the other side of the river at midday. Famished, ...
... series of game of thrones). Now if you know me well, or hell probably even not that well you'll know that I'm kind of a bit keen on dragons, not Hagrid hatch one in the fire of my wooden hut keen, but still pretty damn keen so you can see why when I read about this building I decided that Ceuta was the way to go. And that wraps things up in more ways than one. The standard end of my weekly blog yes, but also what I've come to think of as chapter 1 in my grand adventure, ...