Camino de Granada Hotel

Address: Carretera Antigua de Malaga S/N, Granada, Andalusia, 18015, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Kumomi Onsen area of Granada, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, and Aljibe de San Miguel Banos Arabes.
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      Travel Blogs from Granada

      Granada snow and culture 2

      A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Feb 04, 2015

      37 photos

      ... market and made our way up to first of many historic buildings, they all had information about them for us to read and a number, at one stage we were reading number 111........ I knew we weren't going to get through them all in a morning but what we saw we enjoyed. To name a few we saw The Minaret of San Josè, this belonged to the old Morabitos mosque and in 1525 a brick housing was added to the top of the building to house ...

      Malaga - Day 3, day tour to Granada (Alhambra)

      A travel blog entry by fiwigang on Jul 18, 2014

      3 comments, 79 photos

      ... The food here is also amazing, and I have tried some things I probably would never try in my life (for example, the adults' tricked me into eating a pig's ear and after Uncle Des took a picture of me eating it and everyone started laughing I knew it was something weird haha. Yeah. Well, I wasn't happy with them for a few hours) I swear I put on weight every day, but end up burning it off with all the walking we do which is ...

      Uber Cool Madrid to Grand Granada

      A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 09, 2014

      57 photos

      ... along the middle between the north and south lanes. The mosaic fields across the plains stretched up to the dramatic mountain ranges. Over the range and we were into the olive growing region where every spare inch of land houses olive trees. The amount of olive trees is staggering, olive plantation after olive plantation only broken by the occasional wind or solar farm. Mile after mile, more olive plantations. Oh, and did we mention the olive trees…?

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      Granada, Part I

      A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Apr 19, 2014

      134 photos

      ... to tour, but there was so much detail and beauty that we must have stayed for an hour.

      By the end of the palace, I was desperate to get back to the hotel. We took taxis home, and pretty much all I remember from that was looking into the taxi's rear view mirror and seeing my zombie face staring back at me. When we arrived at the hotel, I fell into bed and had three glorious hours of sleep.

      When I woke up, it was time for dinner. ...

      A city with an interesting Moorish history.....

      A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 25, 2013

      18 photos

      ... which didn’t exactly instill confidence in the integrity of the structure.

      After that I had a short rest in a covered stone archway near the entrance to the palace, as it was in the shade. Even at this time of night, it was still hot and somewhat humid. While sitting there I had an interesting chat with an American traveler who was seated across from me. He indicated that he has sold everything he ownded, and now just travels the world from ...