Hospederia Ruta De Lorca

Address: Cuesta de Viznar, 4, Alfacar, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18170, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cuesta de Viznar, 4, Alfacar, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Carmen de las Cuevas, Calle Elvira, and Murallas del Albayzin.
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Travel Blogs from Alfacar

Exploring Granada

A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Sep 28, 2014

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... was a protest underway on the street - people linked arms, some with megaphones and others with placards. I worked out one of the messages was about the right to choose - later on I found out it was about abortion. I also ticked off a few sites around the area - while checking out one of the fountains I couldn't get over the strong smell of garlic - then realised it was the plant which was planted on the terraced levels of the fountain - I think the rain and humidity were also ...

Off to Grenada

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 29, 2014

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... is a beautiful four star hotel and former palace. If only they had turned on the AC before our arrival, we would have been in heaven!

After unpacking we took an orientation walk to the Alhambra Complex, then found the patio deck overlooking the new city of Grenada and split a hamburger and fries. We returned at 9 PM for spaghetti and the sunset view and we were back in our rooms exhausted by 10:30. (Yes in Spain it takes 1 1/2 hrs to be served ...

Southern Spain - Alicante, Granada and Tarrogona

A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read on Jul 27, 2013

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... so we got a good 6 hours in for only 15 Euros which was great. I forgot to mention that Hannah had successfully blown a jandal while we were up at the lake, so we tried to find her a pair of jandals but what we didn't realise at the time was that nothing really opens on a Sunday in these smaller towns in Europe, so she had to make do with a Jandal that was held together with a hair pin for the rest of the day. We booked in to see La Alhambra the next day, and also ...

¡A La Marcha!

A travel blog entry by jessicadonels on Jun 20, 2013

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... earlier than most Spaniards, in fact when we got there most of the people there were guiris (tourists) like us. It balanced out as the night went on, but of course by the time Spanish people began to show up and take the dance floor, we were dead tired. We all had fun dancing, and we were home by 3--my professor Ana laughed at me and called it "early," apparently she didn't get home until 6 that morning.

Last night we attended a ...

I'm Never Leaving Granada

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Apr 22, 2013

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I think I can safely say that the past two weeks have been the best of my life. If I thought I loved Granada before when the weather was cold and rained every single day, I'm madly in love now. The past couple weeks has been all sun and weather no lower than high 60s. It's incredible. More so now because the park and the trees and everything is in bloom. The Albaicin has even more gorgeous views of the Alhambra and there's people everywhere! I think most Granadinos have been ...