Cuevas Abuelo Jose

Camino Guadix s/n, Guadix, Andalusia, 18500, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Camino Guadix s/n, Guadix, is near Real Club de Golf las Brisas.
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    Travel Blogs from Guadix

    An Unexpected Festival of Crosses

    A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on May 03, 2014

    32 photos

    ... kicking up water in the fountains. However every door, every archway, every wall and ceiling and floor was completely decorated with geometrical designs and carvings. Some look painted, many seem to have been carved into plaster and stuck to the walls, but every inch seems to have detail inscribed into it. Room after room, the time and effort and detail that has gone into them is astounding, and the preservation and restoration almost more so, that this is still around for us to see ...

    Siesta!

    A travel blog entry by brittlinnt on Jul 07, 2013

    ... taking summer classes and you don't want to ruin your nights with homework, do it during siesta. 3. You need to fit in some time to work out? Siesta lasts from 2-5, I'm sure you can fit a good run in. (If you know me, you know this is not one of the activities I would enjoy during siesta) 4. The Spanish lunch schedule is weird, we eat at 2:30p, instead of the American 12p. However right after lunch is siesta, so ...

    Cave life at The Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by lizedmond on Jun 29, 2013

    10 photos

    ... was led by a local guide who had studied history and knew it all inside and out. It has had a very colourful past over many hundreds of years. I spent the afternoon in town while Bob caught up with Aussie Rick. We enjoyed a lovely dinner with Rick, Connie, son Levi and his wife Lizzie, who were all doing extended travel. Back to the cave. It was now becoming quite uncomfortable being in the cave. I had swept many times, even the benches, everything was covered in white ...

    A city with an interesting Moorish history.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 25, 2013

    18 photos

    ... the Lions), which may have been the Harem. There are several other rooms, gardens and fountains, so this would have been a very calm and tranquil place to live. The palace visit exits to an area of terraced gardens, and a stairways lead from there back up to the entrance area. The Moorish architecture was elaborate and fascinating and it was interesting to imagine what life must have been like for those living there.

    I had originally thought of ...

    Generalife y la Alcazaba

    A travel blog entry by louielou on Jul 19, 2012

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... exhausted from walking around in the heat. On the way back down through the trees (which were nice and cool still), I encountered my first 'plant lady'. These are ladies who hang around in tourist areas carrying fistfuls of various little plant branches. They then come up to you and try and hand you one. The idea is that once the give it to you, they won't take it back and will demand money for it. Sometimes if you ignore them they ...