Posada Dona Lupe

Address: Paseo Sabica 36, Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Paseo Sabica 36, Granada, is near The Alhambra, Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, and Palace of Carlos V.
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        Travel Blogs from Granada

        Muy bien! No se?

        A travel blog entry by aquirkybunchof2 on Oct 05, 2013

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        ... placement". We were also told not to guess and only answer what we knew. Amount of questions answered: 0. Clearly, when we said beginner, we should have been more specific. Our Spanish course consisted of the two of us; Susan, a 60-something Australian who had a naughtier streak than us; Jens, too German and Swiss for his own good; Ludiwig, a Parisian who'd quit the fashion industry and opened an ice cream parlour in the Albaicin instead; and Pia from ...

        I don't kilometer

        A travel blog entry by jessicadonels on Jun 04, 2013

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        ... br> There are four levels that you reach when climbing to the top of Albaycín, and the tour guide described it as a "sexy" walk. Albaycín and Alhambra (the castle) are opposite each other --both on the mountain, across a valley in which lies the oldest part of Granada. Albaycín and Alhambra are lovers, but Albaycín is to shy to say hello. With each level that you climb in Albaycín, you get a better view of Alhambra. At the first level, Alhambra is "sexy," at the ...

        What a Place!

        A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Jan 16, 2013

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... She laughed and asked if I would eat any kind of fish.. I told her only salmon as long as it didn't taste like fish. I resorted to the french fries and fruit and was completely content with that. Don't get me wrong, the food so far has been incredible and so much better than what I thought, but I'm still wayyy too picky to eat some vegetables, let alone eat tiny fish off the skeleton. Maybe that will change in the next 4.5 months but I'm not holding my breath!

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        Cordoba-Granada bus ride and arrival

        A travel blog entry by danialw on May 06, 2012

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        Today we woke up early in the morning hoping to catch a bus to the main bus station from our hotel (20 km away) and then bus all the way to Granada. If only it went that smoothly... The problem was that today was Sunday and the bus service was very infrequent. After walking about 2 km looking for the bus stop in the middle of the highway, it turned out that the bus service was discontinued due to some sort of May fiesta around Cordoba. We had ...

        Somos Primera!!

        A travel blog entry by madeleinebrown on Jun 20, 2011

        1 comment

        ... people were pushing us around and trying to get in front of us although we were at the very front up against the barricade and couldn’t move any further. At 10:05 we decided to leave. We were miserable and we aren’t even from Granada. My roommate and I made it home in time to eat dinner and watch the team’s arrival. One girl from the program stayed and we saw her on tv at least ten times. The team walked off of the bus around 11 pm and ...