Corona de Granada Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Thursday morning we picked up our Alhambra van from the Córdoba train station and made our way to Granada. The roadways were very well signed and easy to maneuver, which was a relief as we didn't really know what we would be getting in to. After a brief lunch stop in a small town during siesta time, we made it to our hotel in central Granada. All of us immediately felt happy in this city - there is a California quality to it, lots of greenery and we welcomed the modern amenities of ...
... in Granada. The old quarters are magical, if you go, get lost and just walk around, fall in love a little, it somehow speaks to you and you are in the past. I am glad to have seen it, and cannot wait to go again.
We went from Granada to Orgiva, a town set in the Alpujarras, a valley thats surrounded by mountains, making it a place with its own microclimate. It was so much warmer and just 40 mins away,the petit campsite was set at the bottom of the valley ...
... a 10.30. We weren't sure as we waiting with the milling masses just how this visit would work in the company of so many. But the crowd seems to work its way out and apart from the initial milling in some of the early rooms, it was fine.
The Palaces site is simply breathtaking as we passed through a series of incredibly intricately finished large rooms and passageways of the four connected Palaces. The Moors had oodles of class and while there was ...
... introduction to my way of travel. That is, why use public transport when you can walk. And so off we ambled to cover some serious foot milage (and pedal milage, kudos parents).
Sevilla, Madird and Granada saw us move from a a well equipped apartment into a hotel room. With any hotel of course comes advantages and disadvantages. Advantages definitely being the ...
... nights which was a bit of a bridge between Granada and Perpignon where Rob and Asha Francis are holidaying with Asha's family at their holiday home in a place called Estagel just outside of Perpignan.
We arrived in Tarragona in the afternoon and it just so happened that the hotel that we booked, while quite a long way out of the centre of Tarrogona, had a nice outdoor area and swimming pool, so we sat by the swimming pool in the sun for the rest of the day ...