Hostal el Giraldillo

C/ Gravina, 23, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $36.00

Travel Blogs from Seville

Vamos a Bailar!

A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88


... our "lunch show." The same man as before started singing but was quickly interrupted by first the bell tower chiming and then a large street parade.
9 pm was our reservation with the Flamenco dancer! It was a very interesting show. Both mom and I agreed that the woman who sang was horrid but I liked the guitar player and the dancer was very talented.
Okay, well I would write more but I'm just about to pass out.
Buenas Noches Amigas

Choked with emotion!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... no bolero suits, no castanets.

He started playing; she started singing. To my surprise, no one was dancing. I watched intently. She was singing very softly, very beautifully, gently and rhythmically clapping her hands, tapping her feet. She was singing in Spanish and we guessed probably singing about a tragedy; her eyes were closed and emotion took over....she was almost "wailing"; it was all very intense. When they had finished, ...

Beautiful Seville

A travel blog entry by dhensby


... Seville. A great area to walk through and explore, the streets are too narrow for cars and some lanes are almost too narrow for two people to pass. The narrow ones are called 'kissing lanes'. The one advantage of the narrow lanes is the shade, the temperature is notably cooler in this area of the city.

The barrio is easy to get lost in but it is enjoyable to wander around the lanes and ...


A travel blog entry by pegannon


... 8217;re done, Chris heads back to start the laundry while Ryan and I head back to the hotel for a swim. Turns out it isn’t self serve you leave it and the attendant takes care of it so you come back later, so Chris comes back to the hotel in time join us for a swim and a nap. When we retrieve the laundry, its time for dinner so it goes for another walk. ...

Day Fourteen: Exploring the City of Sevilla

A travel blog entry by aneiger

... I had to interview my host mother, Emma, for a homework assignment. One of the questions I had asked her was "where is your favorite place here in Sevilla?". From first glance I thought that this park was nothing more than a place with a bunch of trees and a few paths, but once I really began to walk deeper past the entrance of the park, I soon realized that I was very wrong. The park is full of colors from all sorts of trees (purple, ...

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