Le Petit Paris

San Pedro Martir, 14, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Seville

6 days of holiday In Seville

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus

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Bliss! It's lovely when a friend comes to stay. It's as much of a delight and a holiday for me as for them I think. This time Frankie wasn't arriving at Wareham train station, but appearing, looking glamorous, in the lobby of our hotel in Seville! It's so right that she's our first visitor in Spain, her enthusiasm and encouragement helped us get here! We had 3 happy days, sipping wine by the Triana river, nibbling tapas and ...

Andalucia

A travel blog entry by jockpaddyontour

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... Cathedral was great and the Alcazar was amazing.
Didn't find the Irish bar but we did come across a Scottish one flying St Andrew's flag ( they are very interested as to what happens in Scotland re the vote for independence)

We then moved on to El Rocio which is a town where the roads are all sand. It is a place of pilgrimage to Our Lady of the Dew - evidently in the 15th century a hunter found a statue of the Virgin Mary in ...

Seville- Winding roads in the home to flamenco

A travel blog entry by reinapaul

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... of her fingers. Walking home we giggled at the singers dramatic facial expressions and the way she kept chanting at "Antonio" the guitarist.

After having a good free breakfast which included waffles and crepes made by very enthusiastic Spanish chef we decided to see there rest of the city. During the day we took a very long walk around the town visiting churches (the second ...

Seville - tapas tapas tapas!

A travel blog entry by simonct

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... This is mostly interesting as I wasn't sure if Spanish people would really be wanting to pay 10% extra given the economy is in the midst of a horrible recession (one walking tour guide said 50% of people under 25 are unemployed here). I guess enjoying a nice alfresco meal is worth it.

Last night we also saw a flamenco show at a local club called Los Gallos. Aranaea was keen to go, but I was totally sceptical from the outset that this would be one of those ...

Day Twelve: Flamenco Date with Alejandro!

A travel blog entry by aneiger

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... or the flamenco dancer, rose up from her seat next to him and began to dance. She was incredibly talented and took it very seriously. People kept on hushing one another. At one point a baby began crying and the flamenco dancer glared in that direction while she was dancing her heart out. After each song, the entire room roared in applause and whistled loudly. Marv and I were definitely impressed and deeply enjoyed this ...

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