Hotel Rural El Navio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... comes next. I head across the old city, through the tourist packed alleys, wandering back and forth to whenever something catches my eye. By the time I reach the impressive Moorish walls on the other side, a couple of hours have slipped away, and it’s still a long ways to the edge of town. I opt to just spend the evening here in Sevilla-- no need to rush things. I visit the Andalusian parliament building, the walkway of Hercules… opt for something more ...
... 8217;s degrees in London in Environmental Arcetecture
(therefore we were quite interested). They were here for one night and
were going to check out an environmentally sustainable palace.
Interesting that their studies looked mostly at using the natural environment
and climate as an advantage without the cooling or heating of technology.
They worked with natural angles ...
... candles with exposed original bricks and interesting architecture. Aromatherapy was infused throughout the rooms. There are a number of different pools to enjoy – the jacuzzi pool had the most amazing jets, a warm soaking pool, a hot tub like pool, and a cold plunge pool with ice occasionally being tossed in from a pipe in the wall. We did the cold plunge once but that was enough. I know there are supposed to be health benefits from doing this hot/cold business but ...
... In short it was sort of like walking through a Harry Potter museum without having seen or read any of it. The rest was some actual nice paintings of Seville, toreadors, views of the city and portraits of its people. Those were pretty nice. The tea girl recommended me to walk along the riverside and the neighborhood next to it so I did. The riverside was indeed rustic and quaint. Some little towers sticking out and one massive skyscraper in the distance make the ...
Today was about car rentals and the historic walled towns of Segovia and Avila. The easiest part of the day was the Metro ride to the Atocha train station, then the fun really began! Firstly, we had to find the rental car company desk, ( which ended up being Hertz not Dollar as our reservation said) then we had to find the actual car? Let's just say it was a long long walk. We managed to find our way out of Madrid thank god for GPS and Siri who took control even when we tried ...