Hostal Zahira

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

Seville

A travel blog entry by chrisnicolehall on May 27, 2015

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... River to Triana another part of Seville. This part is more residential although the main drag has a plethora of cafés. The market shops are half closed, half open, we arrive at the wrong time of the day. Chris had been fighting a cold throughout most of our trip and he feared it had become a chest infection. So we find a clinic where a smartly dressed doctor, with little English, examines him and tells us that ...

Seville - Capital of Spain's "Golden Age"

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 30, 2015

152 photos

... 8217;s highest mainland peak.

Seville is now Spain’s fourth largest city after Madrid,
Barcelona, and Valencia but was for a long time the country’s largest and most
important, especially during Spain’s so-caled “Golden Age” of the 1500s and
first half of the 1600s when it was the main commercial hub for products
arriving from the New World colonies and had a population of around 150,000, at
times the fourth or fifth most populous ...

Bull Fighting, Royal Gardens & Shopping

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Dec 04, 2014

10 photos

... before it killed them or their horse. As you can imagine many horses died in this exercise and so the poor and servants couldn’t participate. Sometime later the servants wanted to join in but were not allowed to ride horses (or could afford all the horses) so they would instead fight the bull on foot and so bull fighting began. From there it naturally evolved into what you see today where the fighter would fight the bull and tire it out before eventually in ...

Sevilla (Finally!)

A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Sep 29, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... minute walk from here, and every day on the way home I take a different route, get a little lost, and learn something new about the city.  I also walk to the the river every evening to watch the sunset, which is super relaxing and usually leads to some other experience-- like the religious procession I stumbled across on Saturday, or the two on two pick up basketball I just finished. It was the first time I've played here with Spanish people, and it felt awesome ...

Hot and sweaty Spain!

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 15, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... the fado in Portugal, people hissed if anyone spoke during the performance. The girl was stunning in her frilled dress, and the singer shut his eyes, in the moment, clapping the rhythm, while the guitarist worked his magic. On the walk home, it was obvious Seville had won the soccer as the locals were partying on celebrating the win with the red and white Sevilla flag wrapped around their shoulders at every bar we passed!

Yesterday we took the car to Cadiz and explored the ...