Hostal Zahira

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


A travel blog entry by alandyabroad on Jun 26, 2015

2 photos

... middle aged chap emerges, seemingly unscathed. He inspects his forlorn vehicle, & a decision was made to attempt to right it...& after a few shoves, it rests on its wheels again, dropping off glass & pieces of bodywork as it settles.

All well, so we move on. We thought how helpful the everyone was, & especially to right his vehicle. Everyone pulled together. We hoped that if we had ...

Las Setas

A travel blog entry by razorclams on Oct 11, 2014

26 comments, 19 photos

... substantial controversy of course, and paralyzed the project for years. Some zillions of dollars later they've made a museum of the ruins underground, & constructed this amazing sculpture draping the sky above, made of Norwiegian wood per Virginia (Wiki says it's Finnish, but never mind--I liked the opportunity to make reference to the ...


A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jul 26, 2014

... and tourists (well mostly tourists but it felt quite authentic in there). This hotbox - La Carboniera -looked like a warehouse outside, but inside were bar tables set up in front of a small stage, where a guitarist, singer and dancer sat and played a few tunes before the female flamenco dancer got up and started her moves. It was amazing to watch how quickly her feet moved and the performers get right into the music with heartfelt facial expressions!! It's a very sexy dance and ...

A cram packed big day

A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 29, 2014

187 photos

... that temperature until late in the evening. The palace was impressive. It was HUGE!! There were tapestries telling ancient stories which were bigger than most homes, tiles all around, and a different roof in every room and hall way. The gardens were giant!! We actually got lost in the hedge maze for a moment.... Then when we were free of the maze we found a cute little duck who had made friends with a peacock took our attention. While taking a photo of the duck ...

Start as you mean to go on

A travel blog entry by jessie-7 on Jan 06, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... to be up at a reasonable time to go exploring again.
I had breakfast on Saturday morning in the Jardines de Murillo (the Murillo gardens) that are just down the road from the hostel. I then walked to Real Alcázar which the hostel's barman had told me has some amazing architecture. I decided to take the guided tour as I didn't know anything about it. I do now! It's the oldest royal palace that's still in use in Europe. The architecture is a mixture of Arabic, ...