C. Mira de Amezcua 3, Guadix, Andalusia, 18500, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on C. Mira de Amezcua 3, Guadix, is near Real Club de Golf las Brisas.
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    A travel blog entry by cmdickson on Sep 09, 2013

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    I had booked the Alhambra online ages ago for a 9am entry. The tickets had to be picked up an hour ahead using the credit card I had used to book. Alas, this was cut up when the new one arrived, forgetting about this and other bookings. It was not even daylight at 8am when everyone dragged up to the Alhambra in a taxi at the hotels suggestion. I sorted out the tickets without too much fuss and we went to the Palace for the 9am entry. It was ...

    Day 9 - Granada

    A travel blog entry by lindasarah on Jun 08, 2013

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    Today was spent mainly at the Alhambra Palace. Dating back to the 11th century and taking its name from the Arabic for 'red castle'. The dominating red fortress towers, sumptuous palace decor, multitude of architectural styles and magnificent gardens of the 'Generalife' (literally meaning ‘architect's garden’) are all set against the brooding backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Absolutely stunning gardens and architecture. After lunch we walked ...

    Granada, Spain

    A travel blog entry by lauratravelz on Apr 19, 2013

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    ... I am sure it would be worse on a weekend or during summer, though. Back at the hostel I joined other travellers in the terrace before the paella night at 9pm, when for 5 euros we were treated to a huge plate of paella and another plate of salad. We continued to hang around in the courtyard until midnight - I was forcing myself to stay awake to beat the jet lag - only to discover that the pub crawl I had signed up for also did not have ...

    So Much Done In So Little Time!

    A travel blog entry by kyliebeeson on Feb 18, 2013

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    ... there it was on display with drips of blood and everything. But even though it was tough to think about it was still amazing. And here is also the tumb of Isabel y Fernando, the king and queen who are known as the Reyes Catolicas and who basically got Spain back under Spanish control a few centuries ago. And then their successors, Felipe and Juana la Loca (yup, she was crazy "in love") also are being preserved there. Which was only slightly creey but I was more ...


    A travel blog entry by wisetrip on Jun 04, 2012

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    ... extra we could have caught a taxi from the campsite.

    The Alhambra complex is mainly split into four areas;

    - The Alcazaba , the "military zone" has ruins of old houses and baths, towers and keeps. which date back to 11th century

    The Nasrite Palaces, which housed the Sultans and is the Alhambra’s gem due to its rich and exquisite ornamental qualities, this dates back to 14th ...