Hotel H2 Granada

Carretera de Jaen , Granada, Andalusia, 18013, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $57.00

Travel Blogs from Granada

Exploring 'old' Granada

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung


... Sacromonte and Albaicin districts of Granada. Sacromonte, famous for its caves and birthplace of flamenco dancing (Andalusian and Spanish Romani/gypsies, aka 'gitano' beginnings). The Albaicin, also a World Heritage site, retains the narrow winding passages of its medieval moorish past and from here, there are amazing views of the La Alhambra. We found a restaurant here with such a view and the sparsely snow capped Sierra Nevada mountains in the distance.


Granada, Part II (and Easter)

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec

... traffic and a couple of car wrecks. I essentially spent my Easter on the highway, which did give time for contemplation but mostly gave time for many games of Temple Runner on my iPod. Es la vida.

When we finally returned, Sarah and I ate some dinner. I tried (and failed) to do some homework, deciding instead to get some much needed sleep. This trip was incredibly fun, but I'm glad to be back in Madrid in my own bed. It feels like home now.

The Very Old and the Very New

A travel blog entry by heatherandmike


... place to live. ( Must say we are getting quite up on our Spanish history and facts. )

To summarize about 4 hours worth - the Alhambra is impressive and beautiful.It was on my bucket list and I wasn't disappointed - but my feet were sure tired after walking over cobblestones for much of the 4 hours. The gardens are lush, there are water fountains and various streams that the Moors figured into the design. The palace is quite beautiful. What ...


A travel blog entry by pegannon


... center of town stopping in the Plaza by the cathedral for Churros and chocolate. We ended up having these all over Spain and none were as good. Crispy outside soft inside and the chocolate was more like hot fudge. AWESOME!!! We walk back toward the cathedral and there are three streets of Souk, The Alcaicerķa. Really, except for prices being marked in Euros, you’d have thought you ...

Welcome to The Rock

A travel blog entry by kjcorby


... dock in Gibraltar, we opted to explore the city on our. We walked into town to explore the streets and I would say Gibraltar can be summed up by three things: jewelry, liquor, and Burger King. Shopping is tax and duty free, pubs abound, and you can "have it your way" in at least two spots in the 3 x 1 mile peninsula. Of interest to us was also a Gibraltar Crystal shop that provides demos on glass blowing and ...


This 4 star hotel, located in the Norte area of Granada, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, Calle Elvira, and Casa de los Pisa.
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