Hotel El Patio

Principal S/N, Polígono Tecnólogico, Ogijares, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18151, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ogijares

GR7 Niguelas - Albunuelas

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952


... their siesta.

From here, the GR7 winds gently uphill through more and more orange and lemon trees - with a quite few cacti amongst them. We can see all the way back to Niguelas, which now looks a long way behind us, so catching the 3.30 bus, the last of the day, is vital. The pace picks up, but we get thrown off route for several minutes by an appallingly placed waymark. Although Albunuelas is now in sight, it begins to look as if we're going to miss that bus and ...


A travel blog entry by morgannorwood


... highlight to my day. If it was a food we especially liked, Krysta and I would hit each other out of excitement. If it was something we particularly didn't like, we'd share a hidden sigh, and drink it down with water. F˙tbol watching with Marcos almost every night was a tradition. Him telling us how beautiful we looked every time we left at night never made me feel better. All of her kids and grandkids coming over for lunch and dinner was awesome. There was never a ...

Granada, Part Two

A travel blog entry by jlimina


... to appreciate this GPS thing as it has done well for us, especially in the "recalculating" department! Granada was under construction downtown and we got into some narrow, narrow roads trying to find our parking. There are also some restricted driving areas, me thinks we got into one of those too, time will tell! The drive to Granada was outstanding! Hundreds of thousands of acres of olive trees all the way. Amazing! We took the new super highway, at times for miles we were ...

What a Place!

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood


... She laughed and asked if I would eat any kind of fish.. I told her only salmon as long as it didn't taste like fish. I resorted to the french fries and fruit and was completely content with that. Don't get me wrong, the food so far has been incredible and so much better than what I thought, but I'm still wayyy too picky to eat some vegetables, let alone eat tiny fish off the skeleton. Maybe that will change in the next 4.5 months but I'm not holding my breath!

Adios!! <3

"Did a Stately Pleasure Dome Decree..."

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... Koran, or Arabic poetry. The tiles are reminiscent of Tunisia, and fountains grace airy courtyards that serve to cool the buildings. While the rest of Christiandom was busy launching Crusades to kill the Infidel, dying of plague and taking a bath once a year, whether they needed it or not, the (Infidel) population of Granada was thriving and taking advantage of the magnificent running water that supplied 27 public bathhouses, where Christians, Jews ...


This hotel, located on Principal S/N, Pol├şgono Tecn├│logico, Ogijares, is near Granada Cathedral, Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias), Plaza Nueva, and Palace of Carlos V.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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