Melia Sol Y Nieve

Address: Plaza de Pradollano, s/n, Sol y Nieve, Sierra Nevada, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Plaza de Pradollano, s/n, Sol y Nieve, Sierra Nevada, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, Calle Elvira, and Casa de los Pisa.
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A travel blog entry by aramyazdani on May 08, 2013

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... day of the cross and really is about the cross. I did not know what to expect, I knew they were going to play sevillanas everywhere and that there would be some kind of parade but I did not get the feast. I found out that on different locations in town they had put a big red cross with different ornaments, like flowers, cakes, pottery, gold and music and the day was to just go outside, visit the different crosses and dance sevillanas. So we did and it was a great day, a lot of ...

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A travel blog entry by holley.jackson on Jul 09, 2012

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... if your a fussy eater though as you can't choose what they will serve you!

Went to a bar with a shot menu on the second night with some cool Chillean girls and some French boys, soft shots, medium shots and hard shots, all just 1 euro each only differnce being the strength started of strong and then payed 2 euro for absynth shots aftert that we stuck to the soft; playted a fun game of Foosball! My team one! Yay! Then headed out to some mega clu
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Alhambra

A travel blog entry by rickandwill on Jun 11, 2012

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Alhambra, a breathtaking place.Much has been written about the fortress,palaces and gardens but nothing prepares you for seeing the real thing.The founder of the Nasrite dynasty, Muhammed Al Ahamar established his residence within the defences afforded by Al Sabika castle, located on one of Granada's hills. By its side grew a aristocratic and administrative city know as Alhambra. ( the red ) This was the beginning of its ...

Granada: Tapas, rain and segways

A travel blog entry by emizner on Nov 07, 2011

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... was behind the fence, to which they replied "many nice things". I climbed under as well and headed down a nice little path through the side of the Alhambra (for those counting, this is now twice that I have gone into the biggest historical monument in the city without paying or speaking to a single employee working there).

By climbing up a second wall, I was able to get on top of this cool little hill with a great view of ...

Ale-ale-hambra

A travel blog entry by tonyinghana on Mar 05, 2011

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... a 'too steep for 8 a.m.' hill to get there. Got to see the gardens, fountains, amazing architecture, ruins, bath houses, palace, prisons and everything in between in the massive Alhambra. The rest of the day we just relaxed, taking advantage of the bottomless coffee & tea supplied at our hostel. Went to a jazz concert with a friend that night and grabbed some dinner. Still wanting to get over this sickness so I decided to not go out on a Friday night ...