El Soto de Roma

C/ Real 24, Romilla, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18339, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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If any day was to be an Adventure, today was it.

A travel blog entry by laurenandgrant


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About a half mile of walking down the small highway, we decided that this was a bad idea. It would take us hours to hike uphill, and Janoshce and I decided that sticking our thumbs out in hopes of a generous local was the best idea. After a few misses, a car stopped with a jolly old local man and he gave us a ride up the road as far as he could take us.The last half mile went quickly and we finally saw the dam that created the reservoir. There seemed to ...

Granada and the Alhambra - Part One

A travel blog entry by jlimina


... seem to wake up at once, it is quite lovely. The dogs, not so lovely as they too seem to all announce their awakening at the same time. One gets the other going! No complaints though, not a one! You rarely hear a car as we are almost at the end of the road. We spent the day following the sun, from coffee/tea time until dinner. Mike went for a swim in the afternoon, very cold water. He felt refreshed he said, in this very strange ...

Rain Rain Go Away...

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood


... and/or rain boots but I'm trying to hold out!

Some big news happened in Andalusia Spain this past week, especially highlighted in Granada. If you searched news in Granada at all the past couple weeks, I'm sure everyone has heard about the trash strike we've been experiencing. A little background... Garbage workers in Granada are the highest paid in all of Andalusia (southern Spain) and recently with the state of the economy, there have been slight cuts ...

A wonderful surprise in Granada!

A travel blog entry by bdvano


... was our turn we went up to the ticket wicket. We always ask if the ticket agent can speak English. Usually the answer is "a little" or a direct "no". The later was the case here. With a little Spanish, English and hand gestures we were able to obtain the tickets. As we were talking to the ticket agent, suddenly he could speak English a little bit! I think they protect themselves by saying that they don't speak English, as they don't ...

Gob smacked in Granada

A travel blog entry by janelle-daniel


... it, snow capped mountain in the distance and narrow winding streets with moroccan and Spanish wares. A real melting pot of Iberian (Portuguese and spanish), Jewish and Arabic cultures. Welearned this is as Granada has a very colourful history dating back to 711.Touristy highlights include the Alhambra and our walking tour of the Albaycin area, alongwith our excellent adoption of the siesta. We stayed in a nice hostel here, more of a Riyadreally made of marble with an open ...


This hotel, located on C/ Real 24, Romilla, is near Calle Navas and Casa-Museo Federico Garcia Lorca.
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