Hotel Al-Kalat

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 Eighteen: I Really Can Do This!

    A travel blog entry by aneiger on Jun 13, 2013

    ... living with us in our home stay), Marv, and I walked over to Rayas (again!) to get some ice cream. I had some vanilla-based type with cookies and chocolate in it which was so good! My fav by far. We walked over to the supermarket my professor had taken my class to the week before to buy fresh fruit, but it had already closed! We were so bummed. No problem though. We walked back in the (almost) 100 degree whether, ...

    Spectacular Seville

    A travel blog entry by katieandrod on Mar 30, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... br> Italica is the site of ancient Roman ruins where the Emperor Hadrian (yes, the one with the wall) lived. It's quite amazing what they’ve been able to uncover and the Romans really were very advanced. There was underground sewerage systems and an aqua duct for clean water as well as heated swimming pools. There was also a big amphitheatre where the gladiators used to perform and we were actually able to go in and walk ...

    Week 1 Observations

    A travel blog entry by pminer3 on Jan 21, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... as though the drivers are always very friendly. I'm sure they're not all nice, but I have yet to meet one that wasn't happy to talk and help us out. The taxi drivers sure seem to do everything they can to get a good tip but interestingly enough....

    Tips: Nobody expects tips in Spain, and nobody gives them. You don't tip a waiter, you don't tip a taxi driver, you don't tip a tour guide, nada. I can only imagine the surprise a Spanish tourist gets when ...

    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... ...