Casa la Sevillana

Address: 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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    A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Jul 07, 2013

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    This morning we got up to go hiking at Monachil. There wasn't a ton if organization/planning other than picking a day and attempting to find where to grab a bus. We headed out after waiting for one member of the group to not show up and then we were off to the bus to go to the bigger bus station. On the way to the bus we stopped at an ATM and I realized I didn't have my bank card, really was hoping it was back at the room (it was). Marisa and I hopped ...

    Gibralter, Sevilla & Córdoba

    A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Feb 25, 2013

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    ... windy, narrow road heading up the steep hill. Bus drivers and drivers in general are not great to begin with, so I may have had a small anxiety attack going up the hill. First, we went to the famous lighthouse where you can sometimes see the coast of North Africa if it's clear out. It most definitely was NOT clear out because almost instantaneously, it started torrential down pouring and blowing. So much so that my hair took 45 minutes to brush out later that night.. ...

    Party time

    A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Nov 16, 2012

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    On our last full day we went to the Alpujarra region on the southern slopes of the Sierra Nevada, where we walked from the village of Bubión to Pampaneira. We then took a coach to the hippy village of Beneficio. After making our way back to Granada via the town of Lanjarón, I packed my things before meeting with Teresa for a final drink before saying goodbye - what she did not know what that it was in fact a coup into a surprise ...

    Tapas Town

    A travel blog entry by bretquinlan on Sep 12, 2012

    22 photos

    ... the bus at the fortress, don't just stand in the line with all the tourists, this is the line if you want to pay with cash. To skip the hour long queue, we recommend you go around to the gift shop where there's automatic machines, you can pay by credit (there's an extra €2 to pay but it's worth it! Granada is also famous as it's the only Spainish town who still offers free tapas with each alcoholic drink served. Not only can ...

    Pomegranate: The Name Behind Granada!

    A travel blog entry by laurelhawk on Sep 28, 2011

    7 photos

    ... bathroom and Pepe, our 9 year old host brother has his own bedroom just inside the entrance to the apartment.

    Our meals have been a consistent supplement of the rare vegetable, mostly frozen pizzas and microwavable dinners…YUM…this is what I’m paying $9,500 a semester for!! Oh well, hopefully it gets better. I've been exploring the city, shopping and taking in the beautiful sunny 32 degree celsius weather! LOVELY!