Hotel Lince

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


A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Aug 24, 2013

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... say it was a tight squeeze was no exaggeration. Once the car was parked, we decided not to move it again until it was absolutely necessary.

We headed into town for some dinner & drinks. The great thing about Spain, Southern Spain in particular. When you order a drink they bring you out complimentary tapas. For dinner we had sangria and a variety of tapas. When in Spain....


Day Twelve: Flamenco Date with Alejandro!

A travel blog entry by aneiger on Jun 07, 2013

1 comment

... in such a small and remote location, you wouldn't even know that the place was crowded with people everywhere! There were people sitting at tables and bars--all over the place! I noticed that a good number of the attendees were drinking tinto de verano, so we ordered some for ourselves as well. We waited and waited and finally, the guitar started playing. This Spanish man began to sing at the front of the room and then finally ...

Rain Rain Go Away

A travel blog entry by katieandrod on Mar 29, 2013

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... hotel so a couple of us decided to go out for a drink. We asked Miguel (our tour guide) if he wanted to come, which he did so he was able to take to a local bar. There is no way we would have found it on our own with these streets – we would have got lost for sure. Even if we had managed to find it, we wouldn’t have gone it because it sure didn’t look like a bar. It resembled a shrine or something with statues and pictures of Jesus and Mary ...

Horseback Riding

A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jan 21, 2013


... my foot out of the saddle as I was falling because the last thing I wanted was the drag the horse down on top of me of fall directly under this beast. So as I pulled my foot out I fell right to the ground in a nice soft patch of mud. Thankfully all of those years stage fighting at poly taught me how to roll without hurting myself. We all had a good laugh about it but everyone seemed so surprised that I got right back up and was laughing my ass ...

Seville from a horse drawn carriage

A travel blog entry by bdvano on Sep 02, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... how this has been an important part of Spanish culture.

We then had to find a cafe to eat in, as it was Sunday and a lot of the restaurants were closed. We found a small corner cafe that served tapas and this looked after our needs quite nicely for the night. We then went back to the Hotel to pack and get some sleep. It will be an early start tomorrow as we are taking a bus to Tarifa - the most southern point of Spain and 13 Kms from the African ...