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Expo 92, Sevilla, Seville, Spain travel blog

Expo 92, Sevilla

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda

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... our guide from yesterday.  For some reason we think the bus ride will take hours but it won't even take an hour and a half - Seville is only 115 km from Cadiz.   Countyside is quite interesting and we drive through an area of the vineyards ...

Extremes, Seville, Spain travel blog

Extremes

A travel blog entry by susan_g

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... 's probably a good thing that I am now on route to Lisbon. Yesterday I crossed the strait from Tanger to Tarifa and continued onward to Seville. I had planned on travelling through to Lisborn last night but a hiccup with my bus ticket left me stuck in ...

Seville--a beautiful city, Seville, Spain travel blog

Seville--a beautiful city

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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... not dull the beauty of the Plaza.   The Plaza was built for the 1929 Iberoamerican Exhibition or World's Fair in Seville, and it was without a doubt the most important monument built for the Exhibition and today is one of Seville's most visited ...

Seville, Seville, Spain travel blog

Seville

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... of the shops. After enough window shopping to almost make us cry, we headed back to our watering hole for dinner and a pint. Seville has been incredible, and just when we thought Spain couldn't get any better!  Keep the streak alive Barcelona! ...

Feria de Abril - or Sevilla's county fair, Sevilla, Spain travel blog

Feria de Abril - or Sevilla's county fair

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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... hat - because that's what it looks like. It's called moose for short. Anyway, back to Sevilla. I enjoyed just walking around and looking at everything going on. Chad had a slight fair nervous breakdown when we realized we couldn't get into any of the ...

Loving Spain, Seville, Spain travel blog

Loving Spain

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... to catch a bus southward to the coastal city of Faro. From there we picked up another bus across the border to Seville, Spain finally arriving in the late afternoon. Buses in Portugal and Spain couldn't be easier. Every segment of the population rides ...

Seville, Seville, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Seville

A travel blog entry by tavini

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We found Seville to be one of the prettiest cities in Spain and possibly in Europe that we have seen so far. The wealth of the Americas flowed through this city (and Cadiz) for 3 centuries, and traces of this wealth are visible everywhere. The city ...

seville has snails!!!, Seville, Spain travel blog

seville has snails!!!

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... and goes off every night. Orange trees line the streets, along with jumping tapas joints, cheesy souvenir shops and camera toting tourists....seville is a very touristy place. The moorish legacy is everywhere to see, from the massive cathedral to the ...

Half Time, Seville, Spain travel blog

Half Time

A travel blog entry by yah27

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I hit my 50 day mark in Seville, Spain.  I can't believe it's only been 50 days because it seems like I've been traveling for so long.  Thus far, I've visited about 25 cities in 10 countries and met countless number of people along the ...

Women of Seville, Seville, Spain travel blog

Women of Seville

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... one last swim in Portugal, a lasting memory perhaps. We hung out as it was a nice day, and then jumped back into the van and headed to Spain. Once again, we went to the border, and once again, there was no border crossing, just the welcome to Spain sign, ...

Metallica, Seville, Spain travel blog

Metallica

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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Now as told in the previous episode, we were off to Spain to ride the Via de la Plata, and the starting point was Seville, but getting there was a little bit of a problem. Once we had boarded the plane, we were told that the French, who are the world ...

More Moors, Seville, Spain travel blog

More Moors

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... from our return from Izzyville would fly by, and in no time at all, we would be winging it down to the South of Spain and into Sevilla.   The trip from Sevenoaks to Stanstead is generally a hit and miss affair. Actually, it is always miss as there ...

Leaving Madrid.......finally!!!, Seville, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Leaving Madrid.......finally!!!

A travel blog entry by kevandsian

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... nice. Thereīs a bit where all the local bongo drummers hang out and play some really nice stuff. We sat in the sunshine and chilled out. Seville is not as warm as Sian hoped it would be. Nevermind in Morocco it will no doubt be too hot. One novelty ...

Seville - NO STORY, Seville, Spain travel blog

Seville - NO STORY

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Creature Comforts in Seville, Seville, Spain travel blog

Creature Comforts in Seville

A travel blog entry by donstump1

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Hi Folks, Well, nothing like going from one extreme to another. The story of our lives. Here in Seville among the rich and the beautiful, we are enjoying some nice R&R. Unfortuately if you are not careful it is easy to gain back all of that weight ...

Hot chocolate is a local speciality, Seville, Spain travel blog

Hot chocolate is a local speciality

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian

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A bus from Malaga took us to Seville for an overnight stay in this city famous for it's cathedral and hot chocolate. I eyed up the hot chocolate on sale at every bar but unfortunately at that time I didn't know that it was a local speciality! I was later ...

Full of Bull, Seville, Spain travel blog

Full of Bull

A travel blog entry by jag

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... of Christopher Columbus. The cathedral also had the huge former minaret (La Giralda) that acts as an adjoining tower. Seville is also the home of bull fighting in Spain, so we brought a ticket to the fight on Saturday at the Plaza De Toros De LA ...

Sevilla, Seville, Spain travel blog

Sevilla

A travel blog entry by mztric

... had a sleep in and then took off exploring. Most everything was closed but I did manage to find my way to a few monuments and gardens. Orange trees everywhere. It is spectacular!    I am excited to explore and discover so much ...

Another day, but it's Sunday, Seville, Spain travel blog

Another day, but it's Sunday

A travel blog entry by lkjr77

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... site today to do some measuring (starting to get the hang of this metric thing I think, I guessed a measurement right) and brainstorming. It's a pretty interesting site, it's an acute triangle footprint with roads on all 3 sides. Interesting delima but ...

Seville hits Saturday, Seville, Spain travel blog

Seville hits Saturday

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... flamenco groups on the street. I've been looking for a barber everywhere, to no avail, my locks need cropping and where better to do it? Barber of Seville. When we got to the cathedral the line for admission was 150 plus and moving slowly. We opted to ...

Small Town Charm, Seville, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Small Town Charm

A travel blog entry by travel_lover87

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... kept the turning the air off and the lights on until 2:00 am.  So I wasn't in too good of a mood.  So far Seville is a pretty cool place.  It definitely has that small charm feel to it.  I went to the Cathedral and it was pretty ...

Transit to Seville, Seville, Spain travel blog

Transit to Seville

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... beating the heat. Our host Piroska picks us up and drives us into the city, that part of Seville that grew within the wall. The streets are narrow and as usual arranged in a pleasing randomness, odd angles and a labyrinth of one-way passages. Pedestrians ...

Sunny Seville, Seville, Spain travel blog

Sunny Seville

A travel blog entry by tammyjoe

... and lived in as a palace by Spanish rulers since. It is still the official residence of the Spanish king and queen in Seville. It was a fascinating building a complete mix of Islamic and Christian architecture, with amazing very aromatic gardens to ...

Day 1 January 4, 2007, Sevilla, Spain travel blog

Day 1 January 4, 2007

A travel blog entry by michelob

... flight to Sevilla (Sevilla and Madrid are the same distance apart as New York and Washington, D.C.). I loved Madrid's airport. It's huge and was recently completed in the last three years. The ceiling has peaks and troughs - looks like a sine wave. ...

Seville, Seville, Spain travel blog

Seville

A travel blog entry by natecropp

I donīt really have a too much to say about Seville. Itīs a wonderfully beautiful place, and as such, has attracted every tourist with a camera and a floppy hat. As ususally is the case though, itīs for good reason. Seville has amazing parks, ...

DRAG me to Sevilla, Seville, Spain travel blog

DRAG me to Sevilla

A travel blog entry by jdcabanel

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... there has to be people there now. Nope, itīs still dead. I go out to eat alone (surprisingly the first time since I arrived in Spain) to some kebab joint. There, out of nowhere, is a kid, Jace, whom I met in Valencia walks by. The odds of me being ...

Jesus Christ I'm melting....., Seville, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Jesus Christ I'm melting.....

A travel blog entry by benanna

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... Just so you know I called them and they said they would post me the iPod and Vegemite...  We arrived in sweltering Seville and had a quitet night - whipped up some scrambled eggs and salad for dinner and relaxed with a bottle of Lambrusco, bathing ...

Feria Festival and the Barber of Seville, Seville, Spain travel blog

Feria Festival and the Barber of Seville

A travel blog entry by thesaxman

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... the haircutting by taking off one of his eyebrows in the middle of the night. Rocked up to board our 2 1/2 hour fast train to Seville, and though Brooks found his seat fine in the next carriage, Rev and i soon found that our tickets were printed for ...

ooo Old School, Seville, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

ooo Old School

A travel blog entry by dionne07

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21 September 2009 Arrived in Seville from London Stansted at 20:45 by a Ryanair flight and called my couch surfing host Antonio Romeo who was very helpful even though he could't speak English very well. He had another couch surfer staying with him, a girl ...

Bienvenidos a Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain travel blog

Bienvenidos a Sevilla

A travel blog entry by alex_merwin

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... am sure that I will also take a weekend to visit my roommate David who is studying in Alicante (on the Mediterranean coast of Spain), Barcelona, Madrid, and Cadiz (only in the spring, when it is warm enough to swim in the ocean, Cadiz is on the Costa del ...

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