Paquete Artistico

Asuncion, 65-B, Seville, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star b&b
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Hot and sweaty Spain!

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey


... squares with their palm trees, trying not to get blown away in the gale force winds! Then the incredible mercado with fresh as fresh fish, prawns, octopus as well as fruit and delis. We stocked up on lunch supplies, and found a semi sheltered spot on the main beach of the old town between 2 old castles, and dug into fresh bread with queso manchego, jamon and the most amazing sobrasada (sorry Arthur at Kogarah deli, but yours doesn't compare!). On the way back to Seville, we stopped ...

Seville plenty of rain and walking

A travel blog entry by amyryush


... Trade of the Indies built by Queen Isabel I. We rode the horse carriage for about 10 mins to escape from the rain and it was pretty rocky and it took us 6 hours to get to Seville from Madrid in a bus. It gave me a headache what it must have been like for the royals to travel here in a carriage on unpaved roads. Anyways this Hall was where Amergo Vespucci and Magellan planned their world travel. How cool is that. I'm not ...

Another day on a bike around the city, Seville

A travel blog entry by sandemac


We got up at 8:30 and had bacon and eggs for breakfast. We decided on a bike ride around the city and walk to the meeting point, which is near the river. There are around 60 people standing around waiting so it is a little confusing as to whether they are there for the bike the bike ride or the boats that are lined up on the river. It turns out there are 30 young people from holland going on the bike ride. The whole group including us walk to the shop, the ...


A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990


... of little alleyways and backstreets, half of which have no street names, the others aren't listed on the map we had, which made navigation a little problematic.

The first stop was the cathedral with the Giralda tower (an old minaret). It is the 3rd largest cathedral in the world after the Vatican and St Paul’s, and holds the title for the largest gothic cathedral. It is spectacular both inside and out. ...

A grand finale in Andalusia.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10


... couple of blocks. The streets here are a bit narrow and confusing, but I’m sure we’ll become familiar with them quickly. We got checked into the hotel quickly and then had to meet the Guide at 14:15 for a short orientation walk, where he would drop us at the Cathedral (this would be our only chance to see it).

During the walk we passed through a narrow maze of streets, past many shops and restaurants, and he was sure to point ...


This 4 star B&B, located in the Los Remedios area of Seville, is near Plaza de Espana, Golden Tower (Torre del Oro), Museo Arqueologico, and Palacio de San Telmo.
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