Hostal Arroyo

Mano de Hierro 18, Granada, Andalusia, 18001, 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

    The Gaudíest city in Spain

    A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 22, 2014

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... I love buildings, I spent a good chunk of my time visiting some of these as well, notably the Palau de la Musica Catalan and the Hospital de San Pau. I won't give you a dissertation on them - this post is already getting uncomfortably long and I'm getting tired. And I have to save some of my adjectives for the Alhambra, which I'm going to see the day after tomorrow. I will say that the name Lluis Domènech I Montaner now trips easily off my tongue (he was the architect of ...

    Granada grocery fail

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 19, 2014

    4 photos

    ... grocery stores had been closed as it was only 7pm and they were all supposed to be open until 9:30pm. I spent some time on Google and found out that today was actually a local holiday and all the stores had closed at 1pm.

    Instead of a home cooked meal which I had had my heart set on, dinner was back at a nearby tapas restaurants where we ordered sangrias with a pizza and cheered for England who were playing Uruguay in the World ...

    Granada - Our First Stop in Spain

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Feb 17, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Granada was one of the last bastions of Islam before Queen Isabella and King Fernando kicked out the Muslims and Jews out of Spain in the 1490s and early 1500s. In our neighborhood, you can still see Moorish architectural flourishes and occasionally old metal gates with a Star of David.

    The tourist highlight of our visit to Granada was a trip to the Alhambra. The day before, we viewed The Alhambra and the surrounding gardens from across the valley on Plaza San Nicolas ...

    Rain Rain Go Away...

    A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Jan 25, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... the wages of all the workers. Well, the Granadinos didn't like this (eventhough with the cuts they were still making more than workers in the rest of Andalusia) and they went on strike. This means that there has been NO garbage pickup since the day we arrived in Granada. Let me be the first to say that I would rather experience any other kind of strike than a trash strike.. especially with all the rain we've been getting. However, Sunday night, news broke out ...

    Goobye Granada!

    A travel blog entry by danialw on May 09, 2012

    2 photos

    ... Inquisition began. What resulted was that Spanish Muslims and Jews had to choose between Catholicism, expulsion, or death. Unlike the Catholic monarchs, the Moors were less concerned with personal religious views. They let religions, cultures, and philosophies thrive as long as they did not threaten the state. The Catholic Monarchs wanted a Catholic population and a state, and they went about a forced campaign to achieve this. What ...