Roma Hostal

Gravina 34, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Seville

Transit to Seville

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... when they are swanning about. It is strongly Arabic in character and design and has broad, elaborate gardens that are stunning. Every doorway a picture. Every room exquisite, water features in all places. We wandered there for hours until just before it closed. Tired, we navigated back through clean, stone canyons of buildings. For a city that's busy, some of those places were very empty. We stopped for an ice cold Cerveza at one of our local taverns and dodged traffic to ...

Day 75-78 - Many Lessons in Andalucia

A travel blog entry by abs08

7

... Spanish people in a loud club, albeit very basic. I feel like I have turned another corner with my Spanish conversational skills which makes me feel on top of the world and on that note we head back to the hostel and crash for the night. At 6am.

Today has been an inspiring and hugely entertaining day. I wake up with a sore head from the previous night’s shena****ns and hear moans from the bunk above. Clearly, Josť had a rough night too. He stumbles down to grab ...

Beautiful City

A travel blog entry by tiggercampervan

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We had been told already that this was a beautiful city, and our information was not wrong - it really was. Another guided bike tour today - although we were rather shocked that it was for 25kms! It was really interesting - some lovely buildings to admire. We walked around the Alcazar in the afternoon - it has the reputation of being as lovely as the one in Granada - quite stunning. Long day, but really ...

Day 12 - June 2, 2013

A travel blog entry by deacondavid

7

... us (it will be there in Seville through June 30th), and although it was closed to us, it truly added to the sanctity of the occasion. Wow. What a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! In one hour, we celebrated mass in the presence of the shroud, and the remains (partial as they may be) of Christopher Columbus!

Next we got lunch with Sib and Terri in a restaurant close to the cathedral - it was good, but they ...

La Feria

A travel blog entry by avangilder

64

This past week was la feria de abril in Sevilla. Feria is essentially a giant fair that runs nonstop for a straight week. It's a festival dedicated to celebrating Andalusian culture. Or, in other words, every Spanish stereotype you may think of is present in this festival. It is filled with bullfights, flamenco, caballeros, and rebujito (the oh-so unassuming drink of feria). To kick off feria, right before I left for Paris I went to a ...

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