Hostal Zahira

San Eloy, 43, Seville, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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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 …

One Cathedral Too Many

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... and went out again after working for a few hours. We got a few tapas in another part of the city recommended by that same hostel worker, a row of tapas bars lining the way in between columns left over from Roman times. We thought the previous night had been hopping--we hadn't yet seen what Thursday nights in Sevilla are like. Everyone and their mother (and their seven-year-old kid--don't these children have school in the morning?!) was out and about. This was ...

The gorgeous heart of Andalusia

A travel blog entry by roamingrob


... 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 ...

Torremolenos - Rock of Gibraltar - Sevilla

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... It is a 4000 pound fine to feed them! Anyway they were very active, fighting over the food. They went all over the buses and onto people. The view from where we stopped was really good and we could see the tram that took people all the way to the very top.

When we got down to the town again, Raymond took us to the High Street which is the main street. He pointed out the Roy's Fish and Chips as having ...

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