Apartment in Seville

Apartment in Seville


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

My home is comfortable, clean and full of light. There are two bedrooms, both with wardrobes and air conditioning. One of the bedrooms is a study room (you can borrow any book, spanish and english, but please do not forget to put it back before you leave), the other has a queen size bed (140 cm wide). The living room has air conditioning and a sofa bed very confortable and 165 cm wide. There is a washing machine and place to hang out in the balcony. There is also on-site concierge and parking space you could use if you happen to rent a car, though I would recommend just to rent a bike if you are just visiting Seville. You can pick it up and back in the bike station next to the house.

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Who we are

  1. My name is Manuel, but my friends call me Manolo. I am a male spanish architect and a university teacher in Seville. I am easy going and friedly, and travel quite a lot with my couple, because he works for a airline. I am tidy and respectful, even more when I am in a house that is not mine. I welcome families with children but would ask their parents not to forget to take care of them. There is one kantian basic rule: be as polite to others (showing regard for them)as you expect others to be with you. I hope it does not sound too posh or anything, I just think it is common sense if we both want to exchange houses.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

The house is in a residential neighbourhood not far away from the centre and very safe. There are two supermarkets just round the corner (1 min walk) and a pharmacy, besides several bars and restaurants. The area is where the 1929 Seville International Exhibition took place, so there are many beautiful and historical buildings and gardens like the María Luisa Park (7 min walk), the Palmera Av. (2 min walk) with its lavish mansions or the Casa Rosa. There are also important buildings around like the Andalusian Regional Government Agriculture Headquarters (a rehab old factory 1 min walk, you can see it from the balcony) or the Regional Government Industry Headquarters, in a new building. These may not be of much interest to you, but they give you an idea of the area. Besides, round the corner, you have the Virgen del Rocio Hospital (1 min walk), just in case something happened, though let us hope you will not need it at all. The city centre is 20 min walk, but you can also take a bus nearby (2 min walk) with two lines that go to the centre, 1 and 37. If you want to travel around (I would always recommend the city of Cadiz) you have a train station just behind the hospital, 4 min walk. And, of curse, my favourite, the bike station. Seville is now full of bicycle lanes, so it is fast, safe and fun!

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