Subject: Re: Seville
Dear Charlotte:

In September 2004 we stayed in a good hotel in Seville. It was close to all the recommended sight seeing spots, we could walk to everything we wanted to see. It is called the Hotel Cervantes. Select your language flag! It has a garage which we didn't need as we arrived in Seville by train. It says it has rooms from EUR 50, I think we paid more than that but it was a very big room. The people are nice and the breakfast was good. I wouldn't want a front room because although the streets are very narrow they are cobbled and any cars are noisy. We walked about at night - one has to to find a restaurant, and we didn't feel nervous. In fact we had to ask directions back to our hotel and the person we asked was a Canadian!

Good luck, Margaret in Melbourne, Australia