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Old 10-19-2004, 08:02 AM   #1
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hey we're going to be going to seville, spain, in december around christmas time. just wanted to know if anyone had some good experiences with any hostels there? i heard the yha ones arent the best in seville!!
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I stayed at a hostel near the cathedral that was pretty good, it was something like Hostel Paz de Agua.....but hm, that sounds weird. I'll have to check on that. It was 20/euro a night in the summer so I imagine it would be less in Dec. It's a good location, near the Alcazar and the cathedral. But I'll have to check on the name....lol
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hey thanks heaps for that. ill be sure to check up that name.....or something of the sort anyway
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Ok, check that, it was called Hostel Nuevo Suizo, on Calle Sierpes. I realized this a bit later but couldn't find this thread again so I'm glad you posted! I don't know where I came up with that other name, lol
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