Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville
This luxurious hotel is quite “modern” when contrasted with the UNESCO buildings. It was constructed in Neo-Mudejar style from 1916 to 1928 expressly for the upcoming Ibero-American Exposition held in Seville in 1929. We were lucky to have a reception in one of the ballrooms with drinks and Spanish snacks and hors d’oerves. We were waited upon with elegance despite the fact that we were just tacky tourists clad in inappropriate expedition clothing. The suave servers did not allow their disdain to affect their attitudes.
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