Hostal Zahira

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

Semana Santa - Religious Processions All Week

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 01, 2015

126 photos

... need to learn something about childcare from Africans. African women put their babies in a sash and carry them on their back or hip which is a much more efficient means of child transport in thick crowds than putting the kids in a stroller. Or even hoist the kids onto your shoulders if necessary but never ever bring a stroller into a crowd of wall-to-wall people.

By Wednesday my enthusiasm was fading further and I only stopped by at ...

Granada to Seville (Day 25) (Day 5 of 9)

A travel blog entry by kezzapotz on Oct 15, 2014

10 photos

Opted not to go on an optional tour this morning, so didn't have to rush! Had a leisurely morning with breakfast at 8.30am and our departure set for 11.30am. Disappointed with what was on offer though. Ended up having an omelette but it took ages to get and was pretty basic - �� . Was told at breakfast that our coach had a mechanical issue and we wouldn't be leaving till 1.00pm. Shops didn't open till 10 or 11 so did some homework ...

Buenos Dias!!

A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Aug 23, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... Full English" at The Britannia Pub (run by a retired Scots Guard Sergeant and his craggy wife with tattoos like Popeye). 35 years ago this establishment was about 100 yards from our Hotel in Lloret de Mar (near the Amsterdam Disco which was full of 25 year old grandmothers from Doncaster) who were easily impressed by a group of English Public Schoolboys who could talk the hind legs of a donkey and danced like John Travolta with Polio. That was another ...

Spain = Sangria

A travel blog entry by victoriak23 on Dec 31, 2013

10 photos

... make sure that we made it to San Sebastian, by pointing at maps, pointing at their watches and making obscure hand signals. Eventually, we made it. Spain. San Sebastián is a gorgeous small town by the sea. If we were there during the daytime, pictures assure me that it would have been beautiful. Unfortunately, however, we got there after dark, and were leaving before light on our journey to Madrid. We made sure that we walked around the town, down to ...

Sunny Seville

A travel blog entry by benandchinky on Sep 07, 2013

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The sangria in the south us amazing- with cinnamon sticks!

There is the most amazing gelato place here too- the dolce de leche tastes like caramel fudge! It's so ...