Posada Dona Lupe

Address: Paseo de la Sabica 36, Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    A Little Historic Walking Tour & A lot of Hotness

    A travel blog entry by laurenandgrant on Aug 22, 2013

    ... and sword; and the options the Jewish people had for changing their last names (if they did not, they were forced to leave the city). We did as the Spanish do and had tapas for an afternoon lunch snack, and took a "siesta" (nap). It is too unbearably hot to do anything else. So thankful it never reaches 108 degrees back home in the ...

    Majalijar

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Apr 09, 2013

    14 photos

    ... rock tower which I'll have to bypass, and finally the main summit with its trig point, slightly off to the right. The Sierra Nevada is in blinding sunlight to my right - it's too bright for decent photographs which is a pity as there are some interesting lenticular clouds hanging above the main summits. The rest of this range (the Sierra Arana) is in front and I can pick out Penon de la Cruz, which I've visited before.

    Carrying on, along the ridge, there's a bonus - a small ...

    Finding Flamenco in Granada

    A travel blog entry by kgleeson on Aug 23, 2012

    69 photos

    ... in the background, and the city. There were once 30 mosques in this area, but virtually all have been demolished or replaced with churches. These Catholics did not mess around in medieval times. I proceeded to get intentionally lost in the labyrinth of cobbled streets and alleys of Albaicin. Many of the streets are pedestrianised and are interspersed with quaint plazas on which there are several cafes and restaurants, some specialising in Arabic cuisine. Sadly, the ...

    The beautiful Granada

    A travel blog entry by ryanandgeorgia on Dec 30, 2011

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... the net and through trip advisor. It is in the historic part of this truly amazing and absolutely biblical looking and feeling city and the appartment is in a 'no car' area and down a gizillion cobbled laneways. We are staying rightnext to the original walls of the city built by the Romans in the first century.

    Well, it was quite an event finding and getting to the appartment, then to a city car park, then back to the appartment. ...

    I <3 Granada

    A travel blog entry by tinyisgreat on Apr 01, 2011

    6 comments, 33 photos

    ... the food and drinks are just so damned cheap and good here.
    -(6) The architecture is so amazing... whether its the white buildings with the vines and terraces in the winding streets of the Albaizin... or the many plazas with their fountains and dining areas... or the beautiful intricacy of the Alhambra with its lush gardens... I am just so in love with Granada. Its everything Madrid wasnt. =)

    Anyway, much ...