He had got as far as beautiful Seville, the fair Spanish city by the Guadalquivir, and there he had to give up and go to, bed.
It is there that the oranges flourish on the banks of the Guadalquivir.
The little craft duly reached the Guadalquivir in September; but here an unexpected difficulty arose.
The Guadalquivir, its personality, its people and its associations.
O how pleasant it is, especially in springtide, to stray along the shores of the Guadalquivir.
There was not a doubt that the Rayo must be driven on shore, close to the mouth of the Guadalquivir.
Across the bridge, over the Guadalquivir (gwdăl-kwĭvẽr) River, went the crowd of young people.
Very pleasant are the palm-shaded squares and the walks by the Guadalquivir.
He was destined, not to be drowned in the Tiber but in the Guadalquivir.
It is two leagues from Xeres, certainly, but nearly three from the Guadalete, and but one and a half from the Guadalquivir.