Pension Gravina

Gravina 46, Seville, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Seville

Searching for balance

A travel blog entry by mistere on Jun 06, 2014

2 comments, 42 photos

... ferry port I ended up getting to the ferry later than I wanted to. I rode passed the locals offering help in return for a few euros, joined the queue and was relived I had got there in the nick of time. I pulled up at the penultimate checkpoint, was asked for my passport, which I produced and was told to pull over and get off the bike. I was then sent back to the gate office, about 100m on foot, to get my exit stamp in my passport. Would you ...

Seville Part 1

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 01, 2014

1 comment

... go through Calle Guadalupe, so I tried that and finally made it.

I'm in a pretty nice 6 bed female dorm here. There are 3 bunk beds, each with their own light. There's only one strip of power outlets in the room though, luckily near-ish my bed, but most of them are full of the cords for the bed lamps. The mattresses are pretty small and soft, which isn't super great, but it didn't bother me terribly. I was a little worried about ...

Seville - tapas tapas tapas!

A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 21, 2013

12 photos

... the Portugese, the English, and the Italians). He was a hero in Spain and helped Spain's colonial aspirations along significantly. Interestingly he and his crew also brought syphilis to Europe. So it wasn't all happy days.

Tapas has been a big feature throughout all of Spain, but in particular here in Seville it has been excellent. There are many ideas on how Tapas originated, but one theory is that it was a very early form of responsible service of alcohol measure - some ...

Seville - the capital of Andalusia

A travel blog entry by irenan on Sep 22, 2013

86 photos

... warm and inviting and still basking in the fragrance of orange trees...and it is still the capital of flamenco and bullfighting...they say it has soul...and you can't help but vividly imagine the fictional characters that walked the streets of this city - Carmen, Don Juan...by the way, speaking of Don Juan - there is even a statue of him in Seville, on Plaza de Refinadores...




On our first day ...

Goin' Walkabout!

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Aug 21, 2013

6 photos

... The heat and copious quantities of water consumed combine to reduce the feeling of hunger though, so decide just a cheese plate will hold us off until dinner. Hmmmm. There was enough cheese for Africa. Ten different cheeses, one which was drizzled in honey. The only other thing on the platter was a spoonful each of strawberry jam and marmalade. Everything was just delicious. Shows how we often go to too much bother adding all ...