Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Guadix

    Valentine Orient Express

    A travel blog entry by grajeras on Feb 14, 2015

    7 photos

    Woken at 5am by very loud chanting, followed by music, oh no it is a wedding, so as they go on for the whole weekend better get some ear plugs. February 14th the Day for Lovers. So we are going on a romantic train ride. Tuk Tuk takes us to the station. There is our train, oh dear not quite the Orient Express, I can't see the restaurant car. So we climb aboard, the two stroke engine starts and we are off. Sitting on a flat deck made of bamboo in a metal frame, with ...

    The Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 26, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... t think the photos capture the true essence of the Palace. Each of the photos should come with a caption that says “Oh my goodness” because that’s what we said to each other as we rounded the next corner of the Palace. Took the bus back into town and found a fabulous Lebanese restaurant that was recommended in the rough guide. From here it was home for an afternoon siesta and prepare for the next day.


    4th June 2014

    A travel blog entry by kjnicholson on Jun 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... was either bland, white, cream and brown or was colourful blue, orange, aqua and red tiles. The only place where there was a lot of colour was the kings mothers room and the kings room. This was because they were the most important people in the house and they 'needed' colour. An interesting aspect of each of the rooms was that they were long from the front to the back which meant the person if importance would sit on their throne looking out into ...

    [Highlights] Granada

    A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Mar 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... rennaisance stlye. But the lasting image is that of the really beautiful and intricate Arabic calligraphy, poetry and symbols that have thankfully been left intact. Many locals compare this to the Taj Mahal. I guess being Indian we are a bit biased and did not think it came even close to the great Taj, but it is admittedly a beautiful place. The Nazrith palaces, the grand Arab baths, the Generalife patios and gardens, the Alcazaba or military watch-towers, are ...

    I've Made a Terrible Mistake

    A travel blog entry by mel44 on Aug 15, 2013

    6 photos

    ... and to follow the signs and my heart’s desire and to go where the wind takes me and this is what happens? If you had been there and actually listened to me a few posts back when I said to shoot me if I ever lose my sense of humour about life, this would have been the moment.

    Ok. I needed a gameplan. The first thing I had to do was clean up my broken body and find a place were I could regroup and buy myself a little time to make plans, ...