Carmen de la Victoria

Address: Cuesta del Chapiz, 9, Granada, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Albaicín area of Granada, is near Sacromonte, Carmen de las Cuevas, Casa de Castril, and Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador.
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      Cordoba to Granada

      A travel blog entry by qtie-soumeya on Oct 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... below these three latticed windows.

      This wall is the most Commanding single wall in the whole complex, and is a fitting preparation for the most lavish and imposing room in the alhambra, the salon de Embajadores (hall of the Ambassadors). So to get the hall of the Ambassadors you climb a few step through a narrow and darkened passageway before emerging into dazzling sunlight at the Patio De Los mitres or arraigns (court of the myrtles). A ...

      The Gaudíest city in Spain

      A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 22, 2014

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... to just stroll around some days with "no particular place to go," as Chuck Berry sang back when the world was young. (Or at least I was.)

      Strolling around with no fixed destination or purpose invites serendipity - the joys of a chance encounter, the delightful surprise of stumbling upon something you never expected. Wandering through a maze of narrow streets and suddenly being exalted by a soprano singing opera in a little plaza just around the bend. Following ...

      Granada - Our First Stop in Spain

      A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Feb 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... stayed in one of these homes, beautifully restored by our Spanish-American hosts, Lindley and Ignacio. (Coincidentally Lindley is a University of Vermont alumna.) Every few blocks we found a small plaza where residents gathered to drink coffee or wine and eat tapas; often someone would be playing an acoustic guitar, Spanish style. There was a great sense of community and la familia. There were families with little kids, grandparents, young couples, and gaggles of friends all ...

      All-Hail Andalusia!!

      A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Nov 24, 2013

      32 photos

      ... a taste of the third religion of the day. After this walking tour ended, we had several hours of free time to wander the city, shop, and grab some lunch. At about 3:30pm, we caught the high speed train from the Cordoba station and arrived back in Madrid in just an hour and a half. I got back to my apartment in Alcala with plenty of time to spare before dinner. This weekend was jam-packed but in a fantastic way. Andalusia is often thought of as one of the most ...

      Majalijar

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Apr 09, 2013

      14 photos

      ... in front. From this angle, the mountain looks unclimbable because of steep limestone cliffs, so I'm hoping that there's easier ground out of sight. The vague path soon disappears and I'm then left with no option but to make a beeline for the col to the left of the cliffs. Fortunately, the vegetation isn't too thick or aggressive.

      On reaching the col, there's a nice flat spot for a snack and a rest - and a look at what's ahead. Although there's only 150m or so of ascent left to ...