Hostal Paris

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

First impressions

A travel blog entry by cnickerson


... a restaurant where you can have your glass of wine. The girls loved running around on top of the world. When it was built they discovered Roman ruins on the site and incorporated them into the structure by building a small museum underneath. It also houses a farmer’s market, a playground, and a concert space. Did I mention it’s less than a five minute walk from our apartment? I predict we will be regulars!

We bought some groceries and headed home to eat. We ate ...

Another day on a bike around the city, Seville

A travel blog entry by sandemac


... and the other half in the shade. You pay more for the seat in the shade. Prices range from €25 to €150. The fights are from April until September. The bulls are wild and live in a contained area in the hills. They are rounded up at the age of 5 when they are needed for a fight. Two different people actually spear the bull before The bull fighter fights him. the bull always dies and is dragged off by 3 mules. The bull is cut up and sold at the end ...

Walking on Waffles

A travel blog entry by haspain


... it was relatively empty and peaceful. Later, while we were eating dinner by the Cathedral, Andrew's new camera jumped out of his pocket (again). But instead of leaping to its death, it just did a little bungee jump and popped right back up! (Andrew got smart after the first time the new camera made a break for it and attached it to his belt with an itty bitty carabiner.)

We capped off the night with a walk up on top of the ...

The Day of Many Waits

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne


... walk this off so headed off to walk up the “the rock”. With all the delays however, we had to change our plans to keep to our timetable, so took the cable car up instead.

Views were not too bad although it was a little bit hazy. Could see North Africa 26 kms away but not that clearly. Also up on the top were the infamous Barbary Apes. Need to keep a watchful eye on them as they will take anything. We walked a bit away from ...

Across the river

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... making the cobblestone streets feel more like alleys than roadways.

First thing we noticed was the lack of obvious tourists. The cafes were packed, the tapas bars were open and most people out appeared to be local or were doing a great job of blending in. At that moment it became obvious what was off about Lisbon, the cafes, restaurants and streets were full of tourists only. The locals were nowhere to be seen outside of a ...


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