Maeva Residence Patio de la Cartuja

Address: Lumbreras 8-10, Seville, Andalusia, 41002, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the San Gil area of Seville, is near Metropol Parasol, Parque Isla Magica, El Corte Ingles, and Alamillo Bridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Seville

    Granada to Seville (Day 25) (Day 5 of 9)

    A travel blog entry by kezzapotz on Oct 15, 2014

    10 photos

    ... from seeds, but grafted from the branches of previous olive trees. They need lots of care and water to be grown from these shoots. Olive trees last approx 150-200 years. The land around each tree has to be kept clean of debris. Harvest of olives occur between November and January. Olives can be removed by using machinery where a disc is put around the trunk of the tree under the tree shaken or alternatively netting can be placed on the ground ...

    A little bit of Seville w/some Granada on the side

    A travel blog entry by sandravventures on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... some sort of fancy fruit cup (which is good) and hummus (which turns out to be hummus). Heather orders two items, one which is a ball of something or other (ended up being rice) and some curried rice. Both are tasty. Again we have beer and wine, however I do not like the wine so the girl offers to exchange it but not wanting beer I abstain. The tapas were good and after we got the bill I really had to admit Heather was right because the tapas were free with ...

    A Step Back in Time

    A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on May 10, 2014

    1 comment, 84 photos

    ... It is the third largest in Europe, following only St. Peter’s and St. Paul’s. The scale of Gothic columns is more than my camera can depict. I'll just say it was really, really tall!!! The other three climbed the thirty-four ramps and one staircase to the top of the Giralda -- the tower -- and took some shots from there. The reason there ...

    Seville

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Mar 18, 2014

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    ... living next door, went into the cathedral, and duly admired the paintings, sculptures, and carvings. The Giralda bell tower began life as a mosque's minaret in 1184, before the mosque was consecrated as a cathedral in 1248. The orange tree courtyard was also preserved, and is a peaceful oasis of orange trees and small fountains trickling water within the cathredal walls.

    The Plaza de Espana was stunning. It was built outside ...

    Another day on a bike around the city, Seville

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Nov 12, 2013

    14 photos

    ... was built up over the years. We see many more beautiful buildings built with the influence of the Romans, Muslims, Arabs, and Spanish. The church is the largest church ever built, however the Rome wasn't happy with that so put of the church has been called something else, so now it's classed as the 3rd largest church in the world. We see a palace and roman wall. I ask John Paul about the Spanish people and comment that customer relations seems very poor. He ...