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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Bailen Seville

Reviewed by tristanellett

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Reviewed Jul 8, 2014
by (2 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

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Travel Blogs from Seville

Gorąco

A travel blog entry by monikak on Sep 01, 2010

20 photos

Gorące powietrze buchnęło już na lotnisku. Bardzo, bardzo gorąco. Idealne na nocne spacery. Co chyba praktykują mieszkańcy Sewilli, ponieważ kiedy w ciągu dnia pojawiliśmy się w centrum było strasznie pusto, ludzi mijaliśmy sporadycznie, jakby miasto wymarło. Natomiast im bli&# …

Searching for balance

A travel blog entry by mistere on Jun 06, 2014

2 comments, 42 photos

... there was a queue. I got my passport stamped and ran back to my bike, the policeman was checking another vehicle now (along with about 4 other policemen) so I decided not to wait, got on my bike and started it up. On hearing my bike start up the policeman hurried over to check my passport then told me I had to get an exit stamp on my temporary vehicle import paper (TVIP), and sent me back to the gatehouse, on foot, to get this stamped. When I ...

Seville Part 1

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 01, 2014

1 comment

... but the extra blankets they had that looks really thin must be 100% down because I was quite comfortable.

When I got in, I was the only person in my room, which was pretty nice. I hung out my wet laundry to dry on the roof because it was extremely sunny and warm and then just kind of hung out for a bit. I looked at some guidebooks they have here and discovered the name of a shop that sells mantillas! I had such an impossible time ...

Seville - tapas tapas tapas!

A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 21, 2013

12 photos

... could not afford a drink and a meal, and they always chose the drink. To curb drunkenness, it is said that the king instigated a law that a small meal had to be served with any drink, to reduce the effects of alcohol. Whatever the origin, I'm glad it happened, as all the tapas here is amazing. We've had meats and ham, cheese, gazpacho (cold soup), paella, lamb, patatas bravas (spicy potatoes), and pretty much anything else you can think of - most of our meals have consisted of 3-4 ...

Seville - the capital of Andalusia

A travel blog entry by irenan on Sep 22, 2013

86 photos

... we mostly just walked around getting oriented to the city...we also went to Alcazar of Seville - the oldest royal palace in Europe that is still in use...the royal family of Spain stays there when they are in Seville, but the largest portion of the palace (along with the beautiful gardens) is open to public...you are even allowed to visit current royal apartments for an extra fee (the royal family is short on cash, ...

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