Casa Rural Carmen

Address: Calle carretera, 8, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18615 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle carretera, 8, Granada Province.
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    Gorgeous Granada

    A travel blog entry by kizzileona on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... historical city and gardens on the outskirts of Granada visited by 2.5 million tourists per year. For this reason we went on a guided tour as you " skip the lines". Fernando our guide was very knowledgeable so it was worth it. Again wonderful tile work and gardens - around 6 kms walking to cover the area. We elected to walk back to the city afterwards through the forest area which was a lovely respite from the heat. We have been so lucky - only 1 day with any rain and blue skies every other ...

    Moorish Spain

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Jan 31, 2014

    15 photos

    ... and since Spanish history was not covered by the school curriculum in my day, I had to investigate! Sometimes I wish my curiosity levels were a bit more normal - I'm sure the campsite owner wished it too after I started firing questions at him like a seven year old! Got my answers though....fascinating stuff!

    Turns out Queen Isabel was pretty much the most famous queen in Spanish history. With Ferdinand, her hubby, she ruled ...


    A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... Granada gives it an amazing outlook. The mixture of muslim and Christian architecture and the mix of old and new is really interesting. A quirky point for those who understand structures (warning nerd alert) - as Granada is in an earthquake zone, all the columns are isolated from the beams and roof structures by lead plates to act as primitive "bearings" to prevent lateral loading in earthquakes.

    If anyone is thinking of going to the Alhambra, make sure you ...

    Granada day 2

    A travel blog entry by cmdickson on Sep 10, 2013

    19 photos

    ... and a chicken stew thing. We are so over eating and drinking but despite intentions not to, we do it again each time. Had another wine recommended by the waitress, Lenora, who is now our best friend. She says that we should open a Spanish restaurant in Australia and she will come and manage it. She is great at recommending wines and sherries to match the food. She double kisses us all goodbye and gave us the last drink, a Moscato on the house. Very lovely ...

    I don't kilometer

    A travel blog entry by jessicadonels on Jun 04, 2013

    3 photos

    ... one of the early King Carlos's (there are a lot of them, I can't remember) wanted to move the capital of Spain to Granada, and as a result la Catedral de Granada was built. The Cathedral of Granada literally takes up an entire city block. We only saw the outside, but the inside has been converted to a museum. There are statues to represent the four archangels, and one to represent the fallen angel. Isabella la Catolica and Ferdinand are entombed inside, in ...