Hospederia El Zaguan

Address: Calle Nueva del Santisimo N0 4 , Granada, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Centro area of Granada, is near Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Puerta de Elvira, Casa de los Pisa, and Museo de los Pisa.
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      Travel Blogs from Granada

      Day Twenty Two (it's over to you Ritchie)

      A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 22, 2014

      12 photos

      ... ever seen. Whatever could fall within the broadest definition of "dasayuno" was on display (and I'm sure there were quite a few things that might've missed the first definition cut as well) with basically enough food to feed an army of ravenous travellers.

      The dining area was large and stylish with exquisite decor and furnishings. And we were the only two there the whole time. Other than the friendly maître d who welcomed us most warmly - though as we entered the room ...

      Granada!

      A travel blog entry by sandravventures on Jul 16, 2014

      11 photos

      ... and as I do I get an text from Heather. She took the bus to the bus to get to the national forest, but the tickets were sold out, she couldn't go :( She's on her way back so I wait for her before exploring Granada. She gets back and after looking up a few things Heather says she found a crepe place. Sold! We navigate to where this alleged crepe place is, but it is not. We look around and decide just to look further up the ...

      Day 22 - Granada

      A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 13, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... mosque was built in three stages starting in 785 AD but by 1236 Ferdinand III is back and it's time for a change. Rather than start again a Catholic Church was instated inside the mosque taking over 200 years to complete. From a forest of pillars to baroque woodwork the place is indescribably beautiful. Any accompanying photos are a sham of what it looks like.

      A tour of the old quarter of the town with the temperature over 36 was a bit of a challenge. The ...

      Inca gold and all that

      A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... covered waffle. After a rest we ventured our again to a bascilica built in the early 1700s. Its point of diference being the elaborate gold decoration, some of the riches plundered from south america by the conquisadores. We had arrived a bit before the 4pm opening time so we went across the street and ordered churros. These are long skinny doughnuts - ours were still warm - which you then dunk in hot chocolate. Not drinking chocolate but full on ...

      Day 71-74 - Football, Tapas and Sun

      A travel blog entry by abs08 on Oct 28, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... 7 people. We start off in Plaza Nueva where George, an Englishman living in Granada for the last five years greets us while a smile, skip and a hop. He is overly energetic.

      He kicks us off my telling us the ancient history of Granada – a Muslim dynasty in the 11th Century which continued to be so up until 1492 when Bobadil surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs, Queen Isabella (the most, and the only important female in Spanish history) and Ferdinand II. ...