TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Zahira Seville
Travel Blogs from Seville
... I’ve made the full loop back to Tomares, I’m going to try to cram in just a few more suburbs. I head south through a snarl of freeway loops to try to figure out how to get to San Juan Azalfarache. There’s this enormous cathedral that caught my eye this morning while I was still in Sevilla that I have to check out. It’s actually more than a cathedral, it’s a beautiful clifftop monastary overlooking the Sevilla valley. I reach it from ...
Seville is about an hour and a half from Antequerra, so of course we had to stop for a coffee break.
In Seville we walked for over two hours past historic buildings, to the Plaza Espana a trade Centre building which was built between 1920-1929 ...
... the river, however the down side
(which is minimal considering it is 35 degrees C early afternoon) is that the leaves and flowers etc gather on the deck.
Whilst we waited for our mooring we went into Seville – a fairly short bus ride from Gelves. Having done a little research we decided to visit the cathedral – which is we must say very impressive. Part of the entrance fee let you climb the tower ...
... Michelin star bread toasting skills.
Packed and wanted to go for a 20M walk but it was a steady drizzle. Moved some rough notes on to the blog for today, saving time later. Noel [whose proper spelling is Noelle] was asking about a tip kitty; relax, woman. You newbies will be told what to do and when.
Our Seville driver is late. This better not impact the chance for the cathedral later. It is 1010 and we are not even moving. When ...
... sun for heating and cooling. Very
interesting concepts and people.
Finally made it to Mercadon where Rieko was asked to "Senora por favor usa el Glove"...please use the glove it you are going to touch the veggies.....so funny.
We just love dropping into places and chatting with other travellers and
locals. We all learn so much.