Casa la Sevillana

Ctra. de la Sierra, 3, Bubion, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18412, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ctra. de la Sierra, 3, Bubion.
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    Travel Blogs from Bubion

    Cave life at The Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by lizedmond on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... realised that there was quite a bit of the white paint flaking off the walls, and got into bed, and found it was really quite damp! Not a great night sleep, and I had to put a hoodie on in the middle of the night as I was very cold.
    Day 2 - Sunday. We got up at 7:30 as we had to Skype our darling grandson, Ronan for his 3rd birthday before he went to bed, and I had not yet got my phone using the SIM card in Spain and there was no wifi in the cave. We walked all around ...

    Weekend in Cordoba and Granada

    A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jan 27, 2013

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    ... bus ride to Granada. Granada is known as a huge college town and something that is awesome about Granada is that the Tapas are free. When you go to a bar and order a drink they give you a free plate of food with that drink. When we got to Granada we started walking around some very old parts of the city. There is a very large arabic presence around the city as evidenced by hookah bars on every corner and sand-script ...

    My Least Favourite Word

    A travel blog entry by jbushie on May 10, 2012

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    ... She has another full day planned but l am not convinced. And I do not want to WAKE UP just yet... But wake I eventually do and we head off to climb UP to Sacromonte - the Roma (gypsy) area of town. Here, the locals have dug cave houses into the sides of the hills. They are cooler in summer and warmer in winter - and rather ramshackle from the outside. There is a museum of sorts with a few caves set up as ...

    The Week of the Feria!

    A travel blog entry by sammielarson on Jun 23, 2011

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    ... along with giant statues of Fernando and Isabel and the Tarasca once again. Afterward, the parade got more religious and we saw many a typical Andalucian outfit in addition to children in their First Communion best and members of the church. Finally, the Corpus Cristi came by, which is basically a giant shrine that is actually extremely gorgeous. One of the priests went by the crowd blessing people, and when he heard a few of us speaking English, he looked up ...

    Granada

    A travel blog entry by csilver on Jan 30, 2011

    ... international crowd. It was in a very quiet section of town, but the place was packed. It was exactly the type of place I'd want to meet up with a friend for drinks. It had a great, chill vibe. We each ordered a drink and got to choose our free tapa. Brady got a small bowl of chicken curry and I got a spice-rubbed pork and pineapple skewer. In our post-churro haze (still going strong four hours later) the two free tapas ended up being our dinner.  Our last full day was Alhambra ...