Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina

Paseo de la Alameda , Seville, Andalusia, 41218, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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The final countdown

A travel blog entry by cokers

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... things for the next few days and a few other things. SAT nav took us straight to our apartment through the one lane narrow street s of the old town. It's a nice modern place with a roof top terrace and a washing machine which is getting hammered this afternoon as Sevilla is the last chance we get to wash stuff properly. I went for a walk for two hours to suss out what to do for the next two days. The alcazar is our main ...

Flamenco at it's finest!

A travel blog entry by angelahelmer

2
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After a time enjoying the sights and sounds, I continued on to my destination for the evening - a spectacular flamenco show recommended by the students who helped me with my luggage and also by the hostel.

Tablao el Arenal:
I followed the map there and with each turn the streets got more and more narrow until I was sure only a tiny car could drive through. It looked like a small alley with no visible signs, but I kept going and ...

Day 13: Sevilla part 3 and Córdoba

A travel blog entry by phoenix7

1
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... had superb gardens with many lakes and small fountains. My ticket included entry into the light show that night, but unfortunately it wasn't until 10pm, which would have made it impossible to get back to Sevilla. Next time! I went on a long walk to try and find a famous traditional Córdoban house (the patios are heavily decorated with flowers) but found it to be closed. I didn't realise it was a pay-to-enter kind of attraction. Undeterred, I walked ...

Alhambra "Lite"

A travel blog entry by jessicadonels

4

... were more crowded. The homeless people were also sadder in Seville, although the general population was much happier than in Granada. There were more "signs of American Capitalism" (Veronica's words) such as a McDonalds and three Starbucks. It didn't feel as though I was in a foreign country in the main part of Seville, other than the fact that everyone was speaking Spanish.

The Cathedral of Seville and La Reales Alcázares y Jardines were a ...

The April fair and Trains

A travel blog entry by cj1s17

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... hood and then drove the car to train station for an easy drop off. We were supposed to drop it off at the airport, but on the bus to downtown the prior day, I saw the car rental place at the train station, so we just drove there instead. (We tried to call the US 800 number to change the dropoff, but 800 numbers don’t work on our calling card) We took the AVE highspeed train to Madrid. It only took 2 ˝ ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Paseo de la Alameda , Seville.
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