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Trip Report Sweet Home Triana: Spring Break in Seville's left bank

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Oh, the orange blossoms. The air. The sunshine.

My daughter H is studying in London this semester of her last year at university, and after I had a couple of weeks there we spent her Spring Break in Seville.

Why Seville for a week? I originally thought, well, Paris of course, because it's there. H thought, somewhere else, of course, where we'd never been. My mother was campaigning for us to visit her first cousins in Western Ireland, but what we seemed to require was something more southern and spring-break-y. EasyJet flies from Gatwick to Seville. I'd had a few years of high school Spanish. Fodorite opinion was favorable, and I think PalQ even called it a "brilliant' idea. So, ta da!

OUR APARTMENT

We've had good luck with airbnb.com in the past, so I started there, and was very impressed at the range of affordable apartments. The more I looked, and I do enjoy looking, the better Triana sounded. One day this one popped up, https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1748727
and it was perfect for us.

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