Hostal Catedral

Calle Tintes, 22, Seville, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star inn
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Location

This 2 star inn, located in the Casco Antiguo area of Seville, is near Casa de la Memoria de Al-Andalus, Casa de Pilatos, Iglesia de San Esteban, and Casa de Murillo.
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    Travel Blogs from Seville

    Yesterday was a blog free day!

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Aug 25, 2014

    18 photos

    ... Palace and gardens were fantastic and well worth visiting. Seville has a huge amount to offer: Lavish boulevards, palaces, ornate squares, cathedrals and cobbled alleyways all compete for your attention. The Parque Maria Luisa some 30 mins walk from the centre is well worth a visit. A huge ornate folly called the Plaza De Espana is the central attraction. Constructed in 1929 for the Great Ibero American Exposition it cannot fail to impress. In itself, ...

    Summary #1

    A travel blog entry by jademona on Mar 19, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Santiago always wanted to be a traveler. His father told him that only shepherds became travelers so Santiago bought sheep with the little bit of money his father gave him. He traveled with his flock over the course of two years. In the beginning of this book he decided to take shelter one night in a nearby abandoned church with his flock. When he woke up he noticed that as he was waking, his sheep were started to stir and he wondered if he was ...

    Plaza de Toros

    A travel blog entry by aegibson on May 26, 2013

    3 photos

    ... red thing that is so famous and that everyone thinks of when they think of bullfights) to, in a since, "play" with the bull a little more. He then runs toward it and kills it with a large sword.

    After actually seeing one of these events, I am not sure where I stand on the controversy of corridas. I used to have the opinion that it is merely a part of tradition; something that is ...

    Gooooooooooolllllllll!!!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by avangilder on Mar 04, 2013

    37 photos

    ... to keep cheering, and just resorted to chanting "Puta Betis!" Betis is the other soccer team in Sevilla, and Sevilla FC's absolute rival. I'll let you look up the puta part for yourself. Tonight's game was dedicated to all of the Americans currently studying in Sevilla. So, I got a pretty cheap ticket and a free bufanda. In addition, they brought in a "jazz" band opening act, which ...

    Hey Macarena!

    A travel blog entry by hn_adventures on Sep 28, 2012

    26 photos

    ... by the famous Spanish bridge designer Santiago Calatrava. The sleek bridges looked like something the team at Apple would have designed - and it was a beautiful juxtaposition against the old city.

    After lunch, we did a historic walk around the city which was fun. We've been using Rick Steve's books to orient ourselves. He's done a great job ...