Posada Dona Lupe

Address: Paseo de la Sabica 36, Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Genil area of Granada, is near The Alhambra, Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, and Palace of Carlos V.
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    I Stand in Awe of You

    A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jun 29, 2013

    95 photos

    ... in the mental institution), he became a part of the church and focused his time on helping mentally ill people. He still has several Orders throughout the world of followers who continue his work. He died in the 1500s.

    That being said, his church (where his tomb lies) is often called one of the most beautiful in Spain. Not only Granda. All of Spain. I headed there this afternoon and was awestruck by the beauty of this Basilica! Though I did not see all of it (due to ...

    What a Week

    A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Feb 17, 2013

    9 photos

    ... are little markets where you can buy anything from fruit and vegetables to clothes and rugs. It was really cool because everything in the market was so colorful and vibrant and so busy! It looked pretty cheap too, so now that Rebajas are finishing up, I'll have to head up there and do my shopping since I'm too pobre to shop in the normal stores now! Bummer :( While we were there, we also got to climb up to the bell tower of one of the old cathedrals of Granada. This was the first time ...

    Gob smacked in Granada

    A travel blog entry by janelle-daniel on Jun 02, 2012

    20 photos

    ... get FREE tasty little morsels of fresh goodness as per our wonderful time in Madrid, with each drink. So you can imagine our confusion when the first bar we went to weordered 'Dos Vino Rosado' (never rosada, which i learned when i was told in a bar i justordered two of a certain type of fish) and received shortly after a mound of a plate of foodcontaining two very large ham and cheese bagels, fries and olives. This pattern continuedat a few places, the better option was when ...

    Back to the real world

    A travel blog entry by barbaraj90 on Sep 30, 2011

    8 photos

    ... to what I am used to. The male
    dominance is difficult for me to understand and agree with.
    However, we enjoyed the diverse countryside and the insight into a
    completely different way of life.

    Many of our fellow tour people were very happy to be back in
    Spain. I was pleased to be able to clean my teeth with tap water
    instead of having to use bottled water. One takes such luxuries
    for granted.

    Morocco gained independence from ...

    And yes, I am blogging about JUKEBOXES!

    A travel blog entry by isigoeses on Jan 11, 2011

    2 photos

    ... Pushing it away. No matter how hard people started throwing coins at me, I just refused. There are a lot of ways how to “pull the plug” but most likely, they will not be very helpful on the long run. Of course, it brings advantages: You can finally focus on what really seems to be important: Studies, work, success. It can help us running through our lives without looking to the right or the left: We focus on what seems to be so ...