Carmen de la Victoria

Address: Cuesta del Chapiz, 9, Granada, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Albaicín area of Granada, is near Sacromonte, Carmen de las Cuevas, Casa del Chapiz, and Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador.
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    New city, new expriences.

    A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Mar 10, 2015

    3 photos

    ... level with 3 little cars to bet down the narrow streets. I bought my ticket to see the Alhambra tomorrow morning. I hope it is as good as every one says it is. Granada is very hilly and the Alhambra is on top of the highest hill around. Only a few pictures from today. Probably lots of the Alhambra tomorrow. Adventure Barbie

    Day Twenty-Four (Creating a smooth transition)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 24, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... a primary product of the south of Spain and although we'd seen a show in Madrid, J was keen to taste some more. We did a latish meal (having already sampled some late arvo drinks and tapas) and returned to the venue for a most dazzling show of passionate flamenco song, music and dance. A guitarist, one singer and two dancers (one male and one female) put on an amazingly energetic show that had the crowd transfixed. I reckon if we also understood the lyrics, the total effect ...

    Hello maddah, hello faddah!

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 18, 2014

    1 comment, 51 photos

    ... who wished to recreate paradise in Granada. The centrepiece of the Alhambra is the Nasrid Palaces (timed entry to get in, and don’t miss your entry time, or forget going in!). Built for Granada’s Muslim rulers in their 13th to 15th century heyday, there are 3 palaces from different periods, with the Patio of the Lions and Patio of the Myrtles dividing them. You can almost picture the sultans laying back relaxing being fanned by their harem. ...

    A time of sultans

    A travel blog entry by maja_and_jon on Apr 03, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... is all about geometric shapes and patterns, all interconnected and repeating. There is also text in the architecture, beautiful poetry or simple religious phrases. There is no central figure to focus the gaze on, instead the patterns are supposed to make us feel tranquil and produce an "existential condition". Very different from what we're used to! In fact from the outer appearance of the buildings, one would never guess at ...

    Granada/Barcelona - The food coma continues...

    A travel blog entry by karen0206 on Dec 16, 2013

    17 photos

    ... grow on you. My little knowledge of the history of Barcelona was passed onto me by our bona fide tour guide, Murphy, who said that years of civil war has left the Catalan people wishing to secede from Spanish rule. We visited Sagrada Familia, a mini-basilica which was never finished and is still under construction to this day. I like to think that I have made a slight contribution to its construction via my entrance fee :) We took the lift to the ...