Pension Gravina

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

Buenos dias Sevilla

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey

13

... into Spain at 11:30am like we planning, and were greeted by a slightly miffed Bruna. I was unsure at first why she was miffed. The place is awesome, if a little over-the-top Marilyn Monroe. Seriously, there are three massive pictures of Marilyn here and it's hard to get away from her. She’s there watching everything that you do. Weird. However, it’s nice having the place to ourselves, and good to be able to do some washing so I can clean the underwear and ...

Sevilla

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero

38

... that years ago. Oh well, there's always next life time I guess.

Finished my pasta, yes I ate Italian in Spain. There's a lot of meat in this country so I've been picking at tapas for a week. I just wanted a hearty meal. I've been sniffling a bit so I thought maybe a carb filled hot meal was a good remedy for my ailments. As I was leaving the host gave me a shot of that awesome lemon stuff the guy in Nice was giving me. I've saved a lot of ...

Driving from cordoba to Seville

A travel blog entry by sandemac

7

... by hand. (I find the washing machine the next day behind a sliding door that looks like a wall). We walk to the local Supermarket, which by our standards has very limited stock. In Seville they only have long life milk and no fresh milk. The land around Seville is clay and grass doesn't grow, the parks don't even have grass, only clay which must get very muddy the couple of times a year that it Does rain. We go for a walk around the ...

Sevilla day 2

A travel blog entry by rikkieckert

Warm as usual. Slow to rise. Nice airbnb apartment at 68 calle toroneo but we had to leave the windows open because its still quite warm and the noise from the nearby major road was incessant all night. Didn't keep me awake though probably thanks to the full bottle of Tio Pepe we had last night. After arriving at around 3pm yesterday we set off to find the tourist office. It was Sunday and the place was heaving with tourists, the locals very wisely staying ...

A grand finale in Andalusia.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10

16

... I attended in both Granada and Sevilla. In 2010 UNESCO declared Flamenco to be one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

The Flamenco group this time was comprised of one guitar player, a singer and male and female dancers. This show was smaller and more “low key” than the one I saw in Granada. The performers were very good but to me they didn’t have the same type of dance or passion ...

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