Address: Carretera Sierra Nevada 68, Cenes de La Vega, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18190, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Sierra Nevada 68, Cenes de La Vega, is near Generalife, Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, and Plaza de Toros.
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    Hace mucho calor!

    A travel blog entry by jpedmanson on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... house and grounds expressly to provide inspiration for his work. Fortunately he had private means and was able to decorate with objects brought from all over the world. We added an unexpected outing to our day when we discovered that our train tickets for tomorrow were incorrectly dated. Rushed to the station! We will now head to Madrid, our final Spanish destination, by bus. John adds: Everywhere in Spain they ...

    Rio Torrente

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jan 28, 2015

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    ... have plenty of helpful waymarks, whereas the route over Cerro el Calar looked like it might be more difficult to follow, especially if there is snow on the ground.

    I start by walking up through the village and descend again to the Rio Torrente. It's far from being a torrent - more like a trickle! Perhaps it's more impressive in the spring and early summer when the snow melts on the Sierra Nevada above. There's a good track to follow, but no waymarks, because this ...


    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... the precious resource. The Moors recaptured and reused all the decorative fountain run-off water for reuse in the gardens and orchards. How clever! After the Christian Spanish conquest of Granada, the Alhambra castle was used by Queen Isabella to meet with Christopher Columbus to agree to finance his trip to find a new short-cut to the orient. All these Iberian current events happening before history even recognizes that the world isn't flat and a new big continent is in the way ...

    Words are not enough - the Alhambra y Generalife

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Mar 21, 2014

    ... as the backs of both mirrors just scraped the walls. Equally.
    Over the last couple of months, Paul had demonstrated his incredible skill in manouvering through narrow spaces and tight corners. As there was obviously no way forward, Paul then reversed the car out without further damage - no mean feat.

    It is indeed unfortunate that the photo taken just before the incident was one of those lost.

    Drove north from Guadix to view more ...

    Albaycin in Granada

    A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 19, 2013

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    ... in early afternoon. The high spots had plush houses, of course, with huge terraces. The streets narrowed as we worked our way down. We stopped at a public terrace near San Miguel that had views and one woman practising her flamenco foot percussion on the paving.

    We entered our area near Plaza Nueva and had lunch by dropping into Bodegas Castaneda briefly and standing in the crowd for a beer and tapas, and then up to Diamonte, a recommended fish place, sampling small ...