Aparthotel Mariola

193 Camino De Ronda, Granada, Andalusia, 18003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Granada - Our First Stop in Spain

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... and local Roma. Developers in Granada have not yet picked up on the fact that these people have the best views of the city.

We also learned the hard way that all the grocery stories and cafes are closed on Sunday evening. (With 90% of the Spanish population Catholic, we probably should have guessed this.) It is for times like this that we've been carting around "emergency pasta" in our suitcase.


We arrive in Granada

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... br> One of our made up aphorisms that appeal to us: it's good to order but it's better to eat.

We wandered the area sussing out the bus stop to the Alhambra (our booking is tomorrow), the general local area around the cathedral, cash points and a supermarket. At the last we equipped ourselves for breakfast, dinner being moot at this stage.

Another one of those aphorisms: It's good to travel but it's better to ...

Granada - a bit more

A travel blog entry by jeffwill


... was full with many patients from the local Hospital. The sanctuary in the Basilica is all gold. Icons of angels and saints adorn the alter. The remains of St John of God are held in a sanctuary above the alter and are only available to view on very special occasions. This being one of them. The Cathedral of Granada (Cathedral of the Incarnation) is a vast building in the middle of Granada. It's immenseness is hard to fathom from the outside as it is hemmed in by many ...


A travel blog entry by cuartotres


... 10 bus (1.20 €) to the bus depot. While on the bus we ran into Ashley and Kelly. We got to the bus depot and checked the schedule. After not seeing Monachil on the schedule we asked someone, well, Kelly did. ;) He sent us back out to the city bus 3 or 33 toward Paseo del Salon. After searching the map while waiting we still had no idea where we were heading. The 3 bus came and we all boarded (1.20€). Through the city we went. Passed by ...


A travel blog entry by morgannorwood


... frustrating-especially if you're running Spanish late- but it's an example of the laid-back Spanish lifestyle I've come to love. The "no-pasa-nada"-ing, siesta-taking, coffee-drinking Granadinos aren't in a rush. They take the time to enjoy life, to stop and chat to anyone on the street they happen to encounter that they may or may not know, to meander through the streets just for the sole purpose of taking a little walk. Jaywalking? There's no such thing here.. ...


This hotel, located in the Ronda area of Granada, is near Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Aljibe de San Miguel Banos Arabes, Casa de los Pisa, and Real Chancilleria.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Aparthotel Mariola Granada

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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