Albenzaire Hotel Asado

Autovia A92, Salida 215, Fuensanta, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18328, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fuensanta

An Unexpected Festival of Crosses

A travel blog entry by hstephens123


... we got to see the rest of the palace/fortress by daylight and it was no less impressive and awe-inspiring. It's an absolutely massive complex of manicured gardens, uncovered ruins, pathways and palaces. The most interesting part, however, is that unlike the myriad of European castles and palaces that I’ve visited so far, The Alhambra has no statues of people to adorn it. No huge paintings of the kings of yore, no gargoyles protecting the stones or the parapets, no huge ...

The Town That You Live In

A travel blog entry by ar1656


... to wash more than two outfits for me every week. The senora also told me she would start making better meals, which I could not be happier about! However, air conditioning is still not a norm here and my parents had to bring me a battery operated fan for the 85 degree weather.

If you guys know of any thing you want pictures of, let me know. I'm so glad my family and friends are reading my experiences back home. I hope my blog is giving a good amount of information!

Semana Santa - Granada

A travel blog entry by jordanmorry


... prior to our visit. We left on Easter Sunday and the sky had opened up above us - it was miserable. Unsurprisingly we were then stuck on a bus for 10 hours which was only supposed to take a maximum of 5 - what a laugh that was... Had a fantastic time down in Granada, thank you to Cara and her friends for being such great hosts! I would certainly recommend a visit to Granada for a few nights if you are ever nearby - maybe stay away from ...

What a Week

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood


... ever been able to take a group up there because it's never open to the public. Once you climbed the really narrow, winding stairs, it was a beautiful view. I even got to ring the bell..with my head. It was really crowded up top with a lot of our program there, and of course I accidentally ran into the bell. Typical move. In the Albaycin, there's also a cathedral where a lot of nuns live who don't ever leave. They stay in there everyday and bake and sew and do things for charity or ...

Moorish Spain

A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour-


... We also had the opportunity to see the burial place of Ferdinand and Isabel of Spain. I know I've mentioned them before, and just as a reminder these are a few things they did: unified the regions of Aragon and Castile to create the Spain of today, drove the Muslims out of Spain, killed Jews during the Spanish Inquisition they started, and provided funding for Christopher Columbus's journey to the Americas. Needless to say it was exciting to ...


This 3 star hotel is located on Autovia A92, Salida 215, Fuensanta.
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