Hotel Lince

Address: Seguidilla, s/n, Aznalcazar, Andalusia, 41849, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on Seguidilla, s/n, Aznalcazar.
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Travel Blogs from Aznalcazar

Viva la Espana!!

A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 14, 2013

3 comments

... in Europe apparently!! But the highlight here was definitely the restaurant next to it that serves wild game caught locally. We feasted on duck and venison and all 3 of us couldn't finish even one dish, taking leftovers and our full bellies home :) After spending a week in the Cadiz province, Seville really did assault my senses. It's louder, more expensive, and more city-ish than Cadiz and Jerez put together. And I guess I got used to the quiet and local feel!! But it is ...

Tres Iglesias

A travel blog entry by haspain on Jul 31, 2013

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... Unfortunately, the main altar was under construction so we couldn't see it and the choir area was blocked off by a gate so we couldn't really explore that either. The rest of the Cathedral was enough to make the visit worth it though. The tomb of Christopher Columbus was pretty cool (whether or not there is actually a piece of his remains in there...) and the 1584 painting of Saint Christopher (the patron saint of travellers) was very impressive. I also really liked the ...

A grand finale in Andalusia.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 28, 2013

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... couple of blocks. The streets here are a bit narrow and confusing, but I’m sure we’ll become familiar with them quickly. We got checked into the hotel quickly and then had to meet the Guide at 14:15 for a short orientation walk, where he would drop us at the Cathedral (this would be our only chance to see it).

During the walk we passed through a narrow maze of streets, past many shops and restaurants, and he was sure to point ...

Holiday in Spain

A travel blog entry by jenpuff on Mar 01, 2013

144 photos

... presence once inside the palace and in the gardens brightened not only our day but our spirits. From there we went to the cathedral, which is the third largest in all of Europe and biggest in terms of volume, and climber to the top of the bell tower where we were surrounded on all sides by views usually saved for birds. It was so cool to see all the roof top terraces with pools and gardens on top and see the span of the city with bull rings in the distance and ...

Is that a dead cow or a statue that's fallen over?

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Nov 08, 2012

2 comments, 9 photos

... my musical education is lacking this essential gem. All through Spain we have seen these road signs that have a picture of a bull on them, but so far, we havent really seen any cows anywhere. After that we keep seeing cows although they are disguised as rocks, as goats, as cars out on the road and most cleverly of all, as sheep. We stop by the side of the road on the way, mainly for Paul to take a leak, but while we are stopped, he notices a roman ...