Hostal Zahira

San Eloy, 43, Seville, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Seville

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A travel blog entry by andrewjm

September 9, 2010 - so the bus arrived in Sevilla, Spain. We went through yet another time change (the fourth one since we arrived on this holiday) and another long bus ride 3 hours and the kids were great. I was thinking that it is probably better in the end that we are backpacking rather than driving in the foreign country at this point because …


A travel blog entry by janeyinjapan


Leaving Madrid, we bought our train ticket in advance (learning!), but being unable to secure reservations at the few places listed in my book, we took our first big leap of the trip and headed into the city without having a place to stay. It turned out not to be a particularly big problem (those who know me will understand that I was a bit anxious …

First impressions

A travel blog entry by cnickerson


... I think Meredith summed it up best when she chose the word she wrote on her picture of her flamenco dress – happy. We are happy and feel very lucky to have this adventure together. Thanks for reading. If you have a minute, pop us a line. We are enjoying ourselves, but also miss our friends and family. Keep in touch.


Viva la Espana!!

A travel blog entry by natsully


... friends is that I don't bother to do my usual orientation type research, so I was clueless!! But I heard someone mention "Santa Justa" and jumped off, knowing it was the train station I needed to leave from. And there I was, 3 hours early for my train, standing with my ticket in hand. So never one to wait patiently, I took off into the city, hoping to find somewhere to sit with a cold cerveza and while away the time. But of course, I've arrived in siesta time!! Many places ...

Tres Iglesias

A travel blog entry by haspain


... time to see the Cathedral before it closed.

The Cathedral is the largest church in the world by area, and has its Guiness Book of World Records certificate on display to prove it! It is a very large, very impressive Cathedral that has a bell tower with ramps all the way up! It's also where Magellan and his crew both started and ended the first ever circumnavigation of the globe. Right at the end of our visit, the place was flooded with at least four tour groups ...


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