Address: c/ San Fermin 6, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on c/ San Fermin 6, Costa del Sol, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Carmen de las Cuevas, and Casa de los Pisa.
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Travel Blogs from Costa del Sol


A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... drove up from a nearby city for a visit. We took advantage of the best part of Granada nightlife, tapas! Here, when you order a drink a tapa is normally included. It will be a small, but elegantly presented snack to accompany your beverage. During my time in granada I tried several different tapas: snails, goat cheese & caramelized onions, spinach & almonds, spicy pumpkin purée, stuffed eggplant, Spanish tortilla (potato omelet), and tuna ...

The Rain in Spain

A travel blog entry by zinnojan112 on Mar 29, 2014

8 photos

... they are starting to all look alike to me. This one did stand out in a couple of areas, however. During the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s, this cathedral suffered some visible damage. It has not been repaired, I am assuming as a reminder of the costs of war. The church was also left incomplete...there is only one tower. It's twin second tower is about three quarters the size of the ...

John's Final Days and our final day in Granada

A travel blog entry by jeffwill on Sep 12, 2013

5 photos

... San Rafael Hospital and the St John of God Hospital. Today we had the opportunity to visit Casa Los Pisa, the place where John was nursed in his last days. It is now a museum to the memory of John and the Order of Brothers of St John of God which was established after he died. We celebrated a intimate Eucharist lead by Father Joe Parkinson in the room in which John died. It was an opportunity to reflect on John's ...


A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jul 07, 2013

1 comment, 193 photos

... city like Barcelona or a major tourist trap like Madrid. Granada is full of families and college students and Granada is a relatively safe place to be. When I walk alone at night, I never fear for someone trying to pick me up and carry me off or for muggers who may be lurking in the shadows. The customs here are different to say the least. I remember the first time my senora yelled at me for walking in the house without slippers on and the first time she brought out bread and ...

A city with an interesting Moorish history.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 25, 2013

18 photos

... up to the building were decayed and crumbling. There was a large sign there but it was in Spanish so I wasn’t sure what it said.

I learned that this was the former Hotel of the Alhambra Woods, opened in 1910. It was later nicknamed the "Flu Hotel" as the damp atmosphere next to the river didn't agree with the guests, and the hotel closed in about 1916. It was briefly used as a Hospital during the War of 1936, but has been mostly unused ...