Hotel Santa Fe

Avda.Palos de la Frontera,17, Santa Fe, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18320, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avda.Palos de la Frontera,17, Santa Fe, is near Calle Navas, Carmen de los Martires, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, and Casa-Museo Federico Garcia Lorca.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

Arcos de Frontera

A travel blog entry by annrowberg on Jun 04, 2014

9 photos

... at an olive oil press for a tour. It wasn't impressive looking at first. It was a family owned place and the owner gave us the tour. Then he took us in the back for an olive oil tasting. I really learned a lot about olive oil. The owner also make wine. So he gave us a tasting and it was delicious! Most of us bought both the wine and oil. And this place is right outside of this hill town with a castle in ruins at the top. Incredibly picturesque. So we drove up ...


A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jul 07, 2013

1 comment, 193 photos

... to live in a country where people don't speak your language or have your same thought process but don't be the American who walks into the cathedral screaming and shouting in English or that random person who cut in front of people in line because they didn't ask if anyone else is in line. Try to acclimate. The people in foreign countries are much more friendly if they can see you trying to learn.
6. Have your wits. The world is a dangerous place. Be as careful as you can and ...

A city with an interesting Moorish history.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 25, 2013

18 photos

... called Monte Sagrado (or something like that). After that we hiked down to a small promontory overlooking the town.

We continued down another road and found a fenced compound around an old stone structure, which had security cameras and a small booth for a security guard. This was apparently an old fort where the Moorish Emperor Bobadilla could look down on the Alhambra and “survey his kingdom”. When we got back to Plaza Nueva, ...

Granada, Analusia

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Feb 04, 2013

4 comments, 14 photos

... are white and made of what seemed to be something like stucco. We learned that they are all white because it gets so hot during the summer, the white functions to keep everything as cool as possible. I felt like I was in a scene straight out of Aladdin. Our first hostel was a bust, we only stayed about 30 minutes. We walked in and the owner was smoking something strange, there was no lock on our door, and he was trying to put his bowl of ice cream in ...

Granada and the Alhambra

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain on May 15, 2012

4 photos

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For one thing it is enormous. Far larger than any other one site we visited.

It was a walled city, plus a fortress, plus the sultans' palace, all rolled into one complex on one of the largest hills in Granada, so there is a huge amount of space to cover, to see it all.

The palace complex includes many of the interior rooms and also ...