Hotel Madrid de Sevilla
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Travel Blogs from Seville
... two hours or so. My brain was in neutral, I had no plan and just walked. I decided to stop for breakfast and noticed that there were so many restaurants I was spoilt for choice, this was about the time I started to switch back on. I had along with other culinary delights, fresh Oranges, I was in Seville after all. They were lovely. Over breakfast I thought back to the last couple of hours I had wondered numbly around and realised that at no point did ...
... this is a big hostel and if no one is going to be in the room, you should close the door. They were also talking and arguing about where to go next until about 2 am, which was sort of irritating. That's the way hostels work though - it's cheap because you don't get as much control over your sleeping environment. I get up usually around 8 or 8:30, which is pretty early for Spain, and pretty early for all the other people in the dorms I've ...
... for a while, crossed the road to Guadalquivir River and walked along its bank...
If bullfighting might seem controversial, flamenco does not...and Seville is called the capital of flamenco for a reason...we did not aim to go to any specific venue but stumbled upon a little ambient place on one of charming narrow streets in Barrio Santa Cruz...the show was not scheduled until later in ...
Today is our last day in Seville. We have left early with a goal of viewing the few remaining sites in the city. Our first goal is the Alcazar castle which is located not too far from the Cathedral. Throughout its 11 centuries history, the castle went through periods of expansions and now consists of number of palaces built by different Spanish kings. Probably the ...
... On the road again or into the backstreet nation. One mesmerizing corner restaurant after another looking incredibly classically Spanish….. except it actually is. Curled iron, leaded glass, soft light, big stones for walls, and of course………. heavy ornate wooden doors built by an awesome artisan.
On the way back to the notlost part we guessed a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed