Roma Hostal

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

A cram packed big day

A travel blog entry by obrillips

187

... we were food and charged us, quacking and trying to eat our feet. This continued for some time while we exclaimed "quiere comerme!" which bought the attention and laughter of many Spanish people in the garden. We don't know how to say duck yet.
By the time we finished in the palace we were STARVING!! We walking past tons of bars and cafés but the price was not right. We found one bar for the right price and sat down to some bad food, but food none the less. ...

The gorgeous heart of Andalusia

A travel blog entry by roamingrob

15

... never heard anything like it through a didge! Being Australia Day back home at the time, it was quite appropriate that the Aussie girls and I spent much of the 6 hour trip to Lisbon chatting and sharing a small carton of red wine (Spanish goon, per se). Just to add to the Australian feel of the trip, we travelled through country quite reminiscent of the outback with red soil, small and isolated shacks, even the occasional eucalyptus ...

A Day in Sevilla

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas

59

... a bottle of wine, a pitcher of Sangria, a roll and a bowl of olives. The waitress came around and took our orders. Derek and I got shrimp cocktail for our starter and Larry got the tossed salad because he is allergic to shrimp. When it came it was in a yummy cream sauce. For our main course we all got the roast pork which came with gravy, sliced potatoes that were like fries and buttered carrots. Our dessert arrived just as ...

Impressive city

A travel blog entry by stef5353

35

... a visit to the San Salvadore Church we waltzed right into the Cathedral past all the people lining up. Seville Cathedral is claimed to be the largest Gothic Cathedral in Spain and the third largest in the world. The Cathedral apparently has 80 chapels within it's walls. It is an amazing building owing a lot to it's Moorish beginnings and it's architectural tribute to the Arab colonisation of Seville. The bell tower was ...

Alcazar

A travel blog entry by danddmeed

67

... ring.

Since Dilyara is vegetarian, she did not want to support the bull fighting in any way; this included us going not being able to go on a tour of the arena/cultural history of the bullfighting in Seville. I think that it would have been interesting, but it probably would have been pretty gory (since bull fighting is pretty inhumane…).

By this time, we had walked nonstop until 1:30 PM and were going to try and meet up ...

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