Almazara

Address: Cerro De La Estacion, Loja, Andalusia, 18313, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Cerro De La Estacion, Loja.
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    Travel Blogs from Loja

    One Year on the Road

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Apr 06, 2015

    22 photos

    ... at four times as much. For a cheap helmet they are reasonably comfortable with no more wind noise produced than many a more expensive flip up helmet. The flip up action is a little noisy and the latch not so easy to use however not a bad helmet considering how they are being used.

    - SCALA RIDER TEAM SET PRO INTERCOM SYSTEM. This system seems quite reliable and durable and not knowing much about the systems was a good entry level item. They are an easy system to use ...

    Madrid Museums

    A travel blog entry by kenandmarette on Oct 21, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... but you know me, if it's there I have to see it, twice. And then I have to read about it. Sometimes twice. And who thought it would be this hot??? I brought way to many clothes and packed them way way too efficiently, which makes re-packing them a pain. And I know I mentioned shopping in Barcelona, the cutest little one off shops ever, so I've added to my wardrobe, who would have thought that?? At least I haven't bought shoes or bags, although I've been really tempted. Adios! Hasta ...

    Words are not enough - the Alhambra y Generalife

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Mar 21, 2014

    Drove into Granada and on to Alhambra where, once we'd bought tickets, we were able to go straight in, with an hour to wander before our allotted time to enter the Palacios Nazaries. We'd heard horror stories of people queuing for tickets, and were prepared to come back the next day, or the day after, so were quite pleased with ourselves that it all fell into place.

    Where do you begin to describe anything this beautiful, this detailed. Actually bought ...

    Albaycin in Granada

    A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 19, 2013

    20 photos

    ... This continues the thing observed before, these shops had rooms full of miniature figurines: farming, rural idyll, religious, military, you name it. In every city, lots of the stuff. I am a bit boggled. Why?

    Extracting myself from that wierd puzzle, we began walking along a road beside the Rio Darrio, a small river below the Alhambra, with a high point in mind. Following that road, the city changed quickly. One moment we were in the urban density of the lower Albaycin, the ...

    3 Australians go to a castle...

    A travel blog entry by sare49 on Sep 10, 2013

    18 photos

    Being touristy sucks. Firstly, you have stupid time restraints for opening hours, tickets, etc. Next, you have to keep for attention span going longer than 20mins. You can't just nap whenever you feel like it because napping in a fortress would probably be frowned upon. There are other, way more annoying, tourists everywhere! We went to la Alhambra (biggest tourist reason for going to Granada) this morning. 14.20€ well spent.. Kind of. We have pictures to prove we did things ...