Cuevas Del Zenete

Address: Ctra de Almeria km 1,5, La Calahorra, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18512, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ctra de Almeria km 1,5, La Calahorra.
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    Travel Blogs from La Calahorra

    The Foundation Escuela de Solidaridad

    A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Apr 15, 2015

    9 photos

    ... down like kids. A strange opening in the rockslide could be a hermit shelter or an exit from a mine shaft. The surrounding area is a bit rough so I leant my whistle to Blanka, from Hungary, who likes to run solo in these hills. We discussed the issues of community role and the hedonist slippage of hippy groups. Phillip, has studied artificial intelligence in Derbyshire. He can see plenty that can be better, but seeing the photos if the abandoned site just a decade ...

    Goodbye Pinang

    A travel blog entry by grajeras on Dec 20, 2014

    5 photos

    ... then came the good bit. "The toilet is for small urinary purposes only. Should you require anything bigger, please come and see me and I will ask the driver to stop the bus at the next convenient location"? We were driven across the bridge that links Penang to the mainland, a marvelous piece of engineering. It takes around 20 minutes to cross via the bridge before reaching the mainland. On the journey to Kuala Lumpur you pass a typical Malaysian scene of green ...


    A travel blog entry by mbrunjes on Sep 09, 2014

    ... by beautiful gardens. JIt is pretty hot in Granada. We were taken on a tour of the city in the coach, then came home to enjoy lunch on the terrace,we had a lovely selection of Tappas. Tonight we will walk down to the city,have a look at the shops and have ...

    Andalucia essay

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jan 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Renaissance. The cities each had individual aspects and staunch differences from one another, but the design, architecture and people of the city were fairly cohesive.

    Granada exhibited extreme Arabic and North African influence, in contrast to the two previous cities. Ferdinand reconquered Granada in 1492, almost 250 years after Cordoba and Sevilla. Because of this, Moorish architecture and ...

    Day 71-74 - Football, Tapas and Sun

    A travel blog entry by abs08 on Oct 28, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... learn about the Alhambra treaty that gave the Jewish population of Granada three choices – to leave Spain and leave their gold behind, convert and continue to live in Spain or die. Surprisingly, many chose the third option. Mosques are converted into churches, synagogues are destroyed and Granada shrinks into a small town ruled by Catholics and Castillans. We hike up through the area of Albaycin, the old town, through narrow, quiet streets and learn that the ...