Hotel Rural El Navio
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... buildings. But when the Guadalquivir River shifted its course, the city was left hight and dry.... and gradually became depopulated and forgotten. Makes you wonder what our modern cities are going to look like in another 2,000 years. 1415. A Tiny Stretch of the Santiago Trail (Spa 091) Algaba, December 27, 2012, Day 170 4 hrs, 3.3 kms There's another town just a short ways up the road, so I decide to continue my Superhike just a few steps ...
... of St. Paul's and St. Peters which are now larger. Christopher Columbus's tomb is inside which is quite amazing.
Originally built by the Moors in 1184 as Sevilles main Mosque and minaret and the origional court yard was conserved (orange trees). The Minaret today forms the lower two thirds of the Giralda Bell Tower which we climbed.
... Moorish Palace –Brad had to find a washroom to make frequent adjustments to his support gear. At one point he stripped right down to remove the garment only to look up and see many windows looking into the toilet room! I guess it was quite the performance in a 3x4 foot space – wish I could have seen it in person!
I asked Heather to go to another live performance of Flamenco. Seville is said to be the birthplace of this wonderful music. I was so moved ...
... where I am teaching, and who met me at the train station and basically held my hand for the first week I was here, took me down to the Centro (center of town, for you innocents) one evening. Without preamble, she pointed skyward & said this was the "polemic" of Seville. That led to a small English lesson, but that's a different ...
... 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 ...