Travel Blogs from Seville
... around 8:30pm, but they are not busy until several hours later. This works well for us – we go early and the server has time to help us decode the menu!
It’s not uncommon to have a snack in the early evening to fill the time gap between lunch and dinner. The Spanish call this la merienda. Andrew’s host at the university, Victorino, offered to take us out for a merienda of churros con chocolate because he thought the ...
... It is a 4000 pound fine to feed them! Anyway they were very active, fighting over the food. They went all over the buses and onto people. The view from where we stopped was really good and we could see the tram that took people all the way to the very top.
When we got down to the town again, Raymond took us to the High Street which is the main street. He pointed out the Roy's Fish and Chips as having ...
... try some. It was good.
On Sunday morning we had a leisurely breakfast and enjoyed fresh milk in our coffees for the first time in weeks (but it felt like months!). We then headed back into central Seville to do some sightseeing during the daylight. First we walked along the riverfront to the Torre del Oro (Tower of Gold) built by the Moors as a defensive lookout in 1220. Slightly further along the river was ...
... a chicken curried salad and a plate of meats. My favorite is still the chorizo sausages, so many flavors. Walked back to the hotel and I noticed a horse drawn carriage with a horse that had his poor ribs showing, couldn't help but to go up to his master and tell him to feed his horse! Come to find out, we missed Amelia again, she came to our hotel at 11pm and we were at dinner. Doesn't she know that her parents are two wild and crazy people??? ...
... Retuning to the hostel we started chatting to a girl from our room and a guy who was cycling around Europe. We all had tapas out and polished off some wine before bed. Philepo; another crazy Italian, led us on the walking tour Wednesday morning. Taking us to major sites. The term 'Manyara' came up a few times, meaning tomorrow, the Spanish will put anything off and this seems the way in Sevilla. After the tour we had beer, tapas and caught an afternoon train to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service