Alpujarra Adventure

Address: Calle Cuesta Real, Trevelez, Sierra Nevada National Park, Andalusia, 18417, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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      An Unexpected Festival of Crosses

      A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on May 03, 2014

      32 photos

      ... we got to see the rest of the palace/fortress by daylight and it was no less impressive and awe-inspiring. It's an absolutely massive complex of manicured gardens, uncovered ruins, pathways and palaces. The most interesting part, however, is that unlike the myriad of European castles and palaces that I’ve visited so far, The Alhambra has no statues of people to adorn it. No huge paintings of the kings of yore, no gargoyles protecting the stones or the parapets, no huge ...

      Just people.

      A travel blog entry by brittlinnt on Jun 22, 2013

      ... dislike when Americans visit their country. I just have to say we aren't all like that. My third problem are the things that people do in both of these cultures. I don't understand why people can't be real! It's so annoying. They will change who they are to impress others, there is no point. The real person will come out eventually, so why even put work into stories that aren't even that good. Something tied into this is people doing things just ...

      Day 10 - May 31, 2013

      A travel blog entry by deacondavid on May 31, 2013

      9 photos

      ... We weren't disappointed, either. We had the same starter plate as last night, then proceeded to 2 great main dishes. I had Argentinean sausages with potatoes, and Kris had the best brisket ever - so tender you could cut it with a fork - it reminded us of pot roast. For dessert, we split one of those delicious Crema de Cataloņa helado dishes, and topped it all off with café con leche. Wonderful!

      The rest of the afternoon ...

      Granada

      A travel blog entry by vgfamily on May 01, 2013

      18 photos

      ... of cave homes, inhabited by gypsies or Roma people. While in Granada we visited the Museo de Las Cuevas which shows examples of what the caves look like inside and their history.

      History is not to be lacking in Granada. The city pulses with memories of times of Arab rule, when the streets of the Albaicyn bustled with merchants and all the teterias were full. When the muezzin called the people to prayer from the ...

      Beautiful Granada by train; let's make that trains

      A travel blog entry by robinw on Sep 30, 2012

      ... from Mexico. My hotel, Hotel Puerta de las Granadas is in the best location! Four hundred meters from Alhambra and up a small hill from the Albayzin. The rooms are very small and ok, but the staff and the patio are great. I walked around Albayzin and took lots of pictures. There was some kind of religious parade today so the city was packed. I'm still pretty sick, so I am in bed early. Tomorrow? ...