Macia Monasterio Los Basilios

Paseo de los Basilios 2, Granada, Andalusia, 18008, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Genil area of Granada, is near Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, Palace of Carlos V, and Alcaiceria.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    The Gaudíest city in Spain

    A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 22, 2014

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... I was sure I took yesterday and finding myself face to face with a giant sculpture apparently made out of huge metal clothes hangers. (It wasn't there yesterday and neither was this street. Will it disappear tomorrow?) Cutting through the cathedral square and landing in the middle of a neighbourhood festival complete with local bands, circles of sardana dancers, and giant human puppets parading through the streets in stately fashion while kids in colourful sashes ...

    Granada grocery fail

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 19, 2014

    4 photos

    ... beer, wine, whatever) you get a 'free' plate of tapas. We ate some delicious food with a couple of cokes then decided to wander back to the apartments and try again.

    In the end we waited for about an hour outside with our bags before a young girl showed up and let us in. In very stunted English/Spanish/French? she showed us to our studio apartment, talked us through a map of Granada and answered all of our questions as best ...

    [Highlights] Granada

    A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Mar 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... us most was how this palace came to be built. Around 1238, the then Moorish ruler Mohammed I realised that the era of the Moors was close to an end. He peacefully abdicated his throne and kingdom to the Spanish King Ferdinand on the condition that he be allowed to move his court and build a new palace at the foothills of the Sabika hill. The palace was built using the native red earth and the peasants therefore named it 'al-karat al-Hamra' (the palace built of red ...

    Granada Paseo

    A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 20, 2013

    17 photos

    ... inspiring and is exactly why she has our support. We responded to emails and stuff, great to be in touch.

    Later, just before the light faded, we walked back to another part of the Realejo for a circuit, cruising back thinking Sangria but the feeling past. Soup ingredients were gathered and we settled in for the evening. Jan being her investigative self going through the ins and outs of the transitions and resources available for the next tn days.

    Today as ...

    Third installment

    A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Sep 19, 2013

    52 photos

    ... these dogs faithfully following their owners. People here also don't neuter their dogs, so we've witnessed some interesting scenes, but not as many as you'd think. After the generalife, I walked through the Carmen de Los Martires, another beautiful public garden. The central fountain surrounded by palms reminded me of the World Financial Center Winter Garden. There was also a pond, with ducks and turtles. A very peaceful spot. In the evening we returned to the Alhambra palaces for a ...