Vertice Aljarafe Hotel

Address: Avda de la Republica Argentina #1, Bormujos, Andalusia, 41930, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avda de la Republica Argentina #1, Bormujos, is near Maria Luisa Park (Parque de Maria Luisa), Mercado de Triana, Plaza Nueva, and Cines Warner Lusomundo.
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    Travel Blogs from Bormujos

    Days 1-2: Sevilla

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 01, 2021

    140 photos

    ... kms Next, I head up to Sevilla. I first parkbenched Sevilla back in 2008... then came back again in 2010 to explore it some more and visit a couple suburbs. Now, I think Sevilla deserves to be turned into a Superhike. So I'm going to wander around the city a bit more--and add a couple more suburbs until I hit that 100 km mark. Almost all my wanderings in Sevilla have been in the historical district, so when I arrive in the late afternoon, I decide I should explore the ...

    Day two Sevilla

    A travel blog entry by nfannin on May 25, 2015

    4 photos

    ... clueless. We went inside and sat near the bar because the seats there were the only elevated ones (the receptionist at the hostel told us to sit there so we could see best and so we didn't get sweat on by the dancers). The female dancer was decent but she had a scowl the whole time which was a bit off putting. The male dancer was amazing. Afterwards we walked home and ate the food we had bought. Then we played the tinder ...

    A Surfeit of Learning, and Feria!

    A travel blog entry by razorclams on May 01, 2015

    26 photos

    ... village that is constructed (& then torn down) each year solely for this event. This "village" consists mostly of what are called casetas, side-by-side individual structures that range from modest to huge in size, replete with plumbing and electricity, where people are generally invited by the host/owners to eat, drink, and dance. The horses are decked out as gorgeously as the people. Many men get decked out as well, but most striking ...

    The Happy Juices runneth over

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Mar 27, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... along the way contrasts sharply with this lesser know route we are now doing. I did pick up a book with some single page maps in it in Barcelona (all in Spanish) that starts from Merida which is a couple of hundred kms from where we started which will be useful when we reach there. These show the Camino and the original Via de la Plata where they are seperate and where they are the same trail and we can choose some options. There is a lot of Roman ...

    Sevilla's Cathedral

    A travel blog entry by brown_family on Jan 31, 2015

    27 photos

    ... fried eggs, a hot dog and toast) as well as the more typical Spanish breakfasts of a pastry or toast and a cafe (which the boys and I had... And Shane ended up share his with the kids too)! By the time we left, the rain had let up but we had about 20 min to kill before the cathedral opened. We went to Starbucks to grab a coffee and picked up a map at the tourist info center. We've been pretty surprised by how many Americans are here. A lot ...