Hostal Bocanegra

Address: Cuesta de Escoriaza 10, Granada, Andalusia, 18008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Centro area of Granada, is near The Alhambra, Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, and Palace of Carlos V.
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    And now for the Granada experience

    A travel blog entry by colgaz on May 29, 2015

    4 comments, 19 photos

    ... 00 am, we were up,.. had a shower,. dressed,.. and headed off in the pitch dark. We caught a taxi directly to the Alhambra. We were 3rd in line and it was 6.15 am. By 7.00 am, there would have been 200 people in the queue,.. and the ticket office opened at 8.00 am,.. on the dot! Our day tickets cost us €14 each + €6.50 for the audio guide to wander through. You can only get into the Palace proper at an appointed time (as shown on your ticket,.. ours was 10.00am),.. before ...

    Granda snoŵ and culture 3

    A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Feb 05, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... tomatoes just what we both needed. Along the roads you pass a motorway service stations where you can stay over night, eat and get fuel, you see plenty of them whilst traveling, some sell gifts as well as lunches. We made our way to Almeria and stopped on a little street by the front, it was very very windy although the temperature was 15 degrees now but we weren't impressed with the high rise apartments which were right on the front beside the ...

    Day Twenty Two (it's over to you Ritchie)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 22, 2014

    12 photos

    ... trips through places not normally on the tourist schedule.

    We were underway. I'm not sure if it was simply that I'd read that these areas were amoung the last relinquished by the Moors when they surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella back in 1492 and that there'd been a remaining Morisco presence in the years following, but the small towns and cities we passed seemed to have a change in look and feel to the places we've generally seen on this trip. ...

    How El Tiempo flies!

    A travel blog entry by emezzy on Jul 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... of heat (10 days of 43 degrees anyone?) for us. Bathtub sized hotel pools, left me sneaking into the local Ritz for a dip to beat the heat. Whilst my parents opted to join the locals in beating the heat by recharging the batteries and partaking in afternoon siestas. Nights were spent wining, dining and ambling the streets amongst the thousands of locals and tourists alike. Not ...

    Hello maddah, hello faddah!

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 18, 2014

    1 comment, 51 photos

    ... as apparently the centre is a no car zone unless you’re a taxi or resident – oops!

    Our 3 nights in Granada have been stunning, particularly enhanced by the charming Cielo and Jose, our Airbnb hosts. The reviews had not been wrong! A modern apartment on a hill overlooking the city of Granada with an incredible view you could never tire of including of the Alhambra and beautiful dusty sunsets every evening with the changing colour of the clouds, and only ...