Leflet Hotel Castilleja

Address: C/ Real 106, Castilleja de la Cuesta, Andalusia, 41950, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ Real 106, Castilleja de la Cuesta, is near Maria Luisa Park (Parque de Maria Luisa), Mercado de Triana, Plaza Nueva, and Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art.
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Travel Blogs from Castilleja de la Cuesta

The Happy Juices runneth over

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Mar 27, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... for each other. Andrés and Carmen - Spanish but not local.

The way today is a long straight gravel road all the way to Guillena with a few twists just near the end. We defo walk fast - caught up to a fellow who was walking as we got off the bus before we grabbed a coffee. We left the cafe 40 mins later and caught him about 1km from the end of today's walk. Old fellow from old East Germany - no Spanish, no English, yet we communicate fine! ...

The Real Alcazar

A travel blog entry by brown_family on Feb 01, 2015

33 photos

... on stucco panels, brightly colored ceramic tiles, coffered wooden ceilings, etc).  Surrounding the courtyard are many different rooms, the main one being the Hall of Ambassadors.  This was where Pedro impressed guests showcasing the cube shaped room and half-domed ceiling (common in important Islamic buildings).  The cube shape is supposed to represent earth and the dome, the heavens showing that Pedro thought to control both heaven and earth.  The ...


A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 15, 2014

2 comments, 435 photos

... who gently demanded I practice my Spanish with him. I can feel myself improving, understanding more instinctively despite the pace, and numbers are coming more naturally too. I am much more confident in shops and stations, no longer excusing my limited language, but just diving in and trying to keep afloat. I think you have to do it that way. Every day I learn more and more. We are staying in Rafael's ancestral house, about a block away from the cathedral. This is a ...

Exploring Seville

A travel blog entry by daniellemcnicol on Sep 08, 2014

30 photos

... in lemon, garlic and thyme, sirloin with potatoes and caramelised onions and a couple of sauces (it was so good we had to order a second serve) and our last tapas was a potato and onion tortilla - it was all superb. The lofty price for this superb meal was a whopping 22 Euro!! Ian and I are starting to enjoy Seville a little more. After dinner we strolled down to the ice-cream shop fo dessert which we ate in the hotel lounge. Tomorrow we are doing a day trip to ...

Choked with emotion!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Apr 04, 2014

20 photos

... almost furious at times, angry, scornful.....scary! It was not quite what I had expected, but that would have been boring....there was nothing boring about this....this was edge of the seat stuff. Then both the women left and the guy played a solo on his guitar. He was fluent and expressive, a man at the top of his craft....but no dancers!

It was at this point that I clicked that flamenco is all about expression and emotion, the ...