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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Alixares Granada
Amazing location just up the road from the Alhambra ticket office. The hotel does a good buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the swimming pool is good place to cool off. The check-in staff were very helpful and provided information on buses and Alhambra. The only criticism that I have was that we had to unplug the fridge to find an electrical socket that we could use. Free Wi-Fi available in the lobby.
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... from us, who, about an hour earlier had passed us driving slowly by in a brand new black Rolls Royce with a number plate from the Principality of Monaco - the prince of Monaco? - nah, couldn't be. At closing time, 8pm, we returned to our humble abode down in the village, had a bit of a rest then ventured out to a local cafe for dinner - paella and tapas (one free tapa per round of drinks). It was midnight before our heads hit the pillows, ...
... dance move or two. It was hiliarious but hard to watch as we were all trying to do cool dance moves and then Didier (who is the Portuguese personification of cool) gets in and shows his stuff ha ha.
As we leave we got caught up with a group of people who were heading to try and find a shisha bar. It was 12:30 so we joined in and went and tried shisha for the first time. It was so weird but the highlight was the tea that you got. The tea was so delicious and the flavours in ...
... brunch of champions for us as it was big and served on great bread. Tommy says that we will let you know in a little while if the dog part of the frankfurter was a chihuahua or not. Next we walked to Plaza Nueva to catch a mini-bus to Sacromonte, the cave homes of the gypsies. It is was so hot, but the views were amazing of the Alhambra and the cave homes and businesses. A bit of advice would be not to sit under the ...
A piece of side information in case you weren't aware, Granada translates to Pomegranate :) After suffering multiple mosquito bites the night before, the plan of attack (excuse the pun) was to find some insect repellant first thing in the morning. As the supermarkets barely stock sunscreen, I decided to try one of the farmacias. I explained what I needed in Portuguese, hoping that the ...
... Almunecar, and Nerja were disappointing, being overbuilt with typical Mediterranean seaside development. On the other hand, the village of Maro, just to the East of Nerja, was a pleasant surprise: small, quiet, modestly developed, with agriculture still very much in evidence, it was a good place to take a break. And from Maro, the drive back East along the N 340 has some fine views of the coastline until reaching the highway for the return trip to ...