Hotel Al-Kalat

Address: Sevilla-Utrera KM 11,2, Alcala de Guadaira, Andalusia, 41500, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sevilla-Utrera KM 11,2, Alcala de Guadaira, is near Barrio Santa Cruz.
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    Travel Blogs from Alcala de Guadaira

    Day 14: Alcala-Carmona

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 19, 2021

    112 photos

    ... I rush up the hill to check it out, I make a half loop around it, on the other side of the river where there's a peaceful park... looking for the perfect angle to take my videoclip. Ironically, on the far side, slapped on the side of the cliff under the castle is a run down Gypsy shantytown... Although I don't know that it necessarily detracts from the grandeur of the castle... Let's face it, back in the day this is how all the common folks lived--so maybe ...

    Day Seventeen: I Can Do This

    A travel blog entry by aneiger on Jun 12, 2013

    1 comment

    ... so clearly it's a good place for studying! Not to mention the fact that Marv and I had a such a cute waiter! Que guapo! Another girl from our class, Sarah, ended up joining us as well. I stayed there until it was time for our flamenco dance class at 7pm. After our class, Marv and I ate dinner and locked ourselves in our bedroom: we had a big night of studying ahead of us with our first test the next day.. Yikes!

    Amor,
    Amelia
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    Semana Santa

    A travel blog entry by avangilder on Mar 31, 2013

    70 photos

    ... the KKK decided to use it for their own. So, to the American eye, is basically looks like KKK members are walking all through the streets of Seville. This is obviously not the case, as they are part of the holy tradition, but definitely shocking to see at first. Each procession can last up to 12 hours of each congregation marching through the streets. The first night I went out to see some, I was out until 2:30am and people were still just arriving ...

    Home sweet Sevilla

    A travel blog entry by kassinspain on Jan 21, 2013

    8 photos

    ... a lot of different architect styles and some have a distinct Arabic style that is really beautiful in the city setting. Our home is adorable and we have the cutest view of orange trees and a very Spanish building across the street. The walk to the metro, or subway, is maybe 5 minutes and that takes us all the way to our university on the outskirts of town, and in the opposite directions it takes us to the centro which is obviously the center of ...

    1412. The Tunnel Under the Castle

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 26, 2012

    59 photos

    ... over the city. Before I rush up the hill to check it out, I make a half loop around it, on the other side of the river where there's a peaceful park... looking for the perfect angle to take my videoclip.
    Ironically, on the far side, slapped on the side of the cliff under the castle is a run down Gypsy shantytown... Although I don't know that it necessarily detracts from the grandeur of the castle... ...