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

Pottering around Seville

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Mar 20, 2014

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... supplier of cigars and cigarettes in Europe. It's main claim to fame is it is the location in which Bizet's opera 'Carmen' is set. A walk up through the centre of town to the church of San Salvador which must be the ugliest church we have seen - it is supposed to be a prime example of Andalusian Baroque but is so over ornate and gilded it looks obscene. After a stop for refreshments in a sunny square, we went to the delightful Palace de Lebrija - until recently a private home ...


A travel blog entry by ricky-ou on Oct 14, 2013

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... beginning, he was playing with my sheep. After that he took my hands and transported me to the Egyptian pyramids. The child told me at the pyramid, he say if I come here, I would find the hidden treasure. But I woke up when the child try to show me the exact location.The old women was surprised. She say I have to give ...

8 miles in Sevilla

A travel blog entry by garthf on Jul 13, 2013

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... of the many little playgrounds that dot this place, while Molly takes just a wee brief moment to gloat over my navigational fail. We check the clock and decide that there's still enough daylight for a run on the palace, so after a brief pause where the girls rinse off their filthy feet, we course correct and head back. Molly calls her Mom along the walk to check in on what's happening back on the home front.

The Palace, Reales Alcázares de ...

The End

A travel blog entry by greenc14 on May 19, 2013

... course, I learned about Spain's involvement in the Ancient Cultures of Greece and Rome, I got to learn about the history of Flamenco and even learned how to dance a little bit of it as well, and I got to learn about relations between the US and the EU while in the EU. There isn't much more to say other then I hope you've enjoyed reading about my time ...

Boats, Towers, and Churros.

A travel blog entry by avangilder on Feb 15, 2013

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... laughing at us, and we we actually became a tourist attraction, with everyone in the plaza taking pictures of us (true story). But it was a ton of fun. We were able to eventually steer the boat, and 35 minutes later, after our time was up, we made it back to the dock. After our afternoon boat ride, we headed around the plaza. It really is so pretty. Once we got to the top of the main building in the plaza, I was stopped by a group of Asian tourists who asked if ...