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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews El Granado Granada
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... city, and it was also the home to two of our unique and best meals. An amazing Tapas bar, Bodegas Castaneda, with kegs of sherry & wine on the wall, and of course it would not be Spain without a bull head along with it. The other was the El Sultan, where we had Pastela de Pollo, an delicious chicken, honey, nuts, baked in puff pastry. Wow! Next stop Sitges, if the damn plane ever gets off the ground. Oh well, the pitfall of bad weather ...
... at the street corner (the hotel was 150m walk away). The Casa 1800 is a lovely little 'riyadh' styled boutique hotel - built around a courtyard like many found in Morocco. Our room was not ready when we arrived so we went out for a wander and lunch.
It was not quite 1300 and very early for lunch in Spain. The restaurant we were recommended, Carmela, served a variety of tapas and ...
... seven year old boy) who were interested in a Segway tour, so I told them all about it. They were going to Cordoba tomorrow, but will be back tomorrow night so may be able to take a tour at some point.
After that it was back to the hotel. Tomorrow should be an interesting day.
2013 June 26 - Wednesday
I woke up early today and had breakfast fairly quickly, as I didn’t want to be late for my Segway tour. I walked to Plaza Nueva ...
... Oh yes and we have working WIFI! Hence the post. I should also mention that when we were leaving Barcelona my lock that I use to lock my iPad into my bag when travelling malfunctioned and I couldn't not access my things for the past week. Luckily today our host used some garden tools and managed to cut the lock off! I promise to update all the missed days soon. I have resorted to pen and paper but now I can type then all ...
... guide and managed to get a good feel for the city.
Granada has a population of 300,000+ and 25 centuries of history; hot summers and mild winters- days of azure blue skies and warm sunshine. Spring for us meant cold nights with dark clear skies pierced by bright shiny stars and gorgeous dry sunny days.