Hotel Mirador Arabeluj

Address: Camino Nuevo del Cementerio 46, Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Centro area of Granada, is near The Alhambra, Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, and Palace of Carlos V.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    Backpacking mistakes

    A travel blog entry by aspenchi on Jun 22, 2015

    32 photos

    ... is not the easiest thing to find, but it’s worth finding. Trust me! You will feel better later.

    6. Do what you want to do. This one is a little off topic, but just as important. If you want to wake up at 9:30 or sleep till 11, do it. This is my trip, my life. I can’t make anyone else do what I want and they can’t make me do anything I don’t want to do. This is the one I am currently working ...

    Gypsies, Caves and Alleyways

    A travel blog entry by on May 03, 2015

    8 photos

    After two nights of a fairly empty hostel in Malaga I finally managed to make some friends at free sangria time in the common room. It was a perfectly warm night so the two girls (Pia & Luna) and I sat outside and slowly expanded our group with some German and Aussie guys. We were all chatting and laughing while 4 mariachi players were singing just outside our hostel gate at a nearby restaurant. Once all the free sangria disappeared we decided to head out to a bar. ...


    A travel blog entry by jeff-sue-spain on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 48 photos

    And so we arrived in Granada, the onetime capital of Moorish rule in Spain. We are staying in the old-town district at the base of the Alhambra palace, which is appropriate as this is our first stop on the "Christians systematically dismantle Moorish sites" tour ( we'll explain this more later). The Alhambra began as fort in the 13th century, built by the first Nasrid sultan. It was enlarged with a palace add-on in the late 1300's, until it finally ...


    A travel blog entry by sandravventures on Jul 16, 2014

    11 photos

    ... Hahahaha! Even without her rosemary we enter the church. For 4€. This church is ridiculous. As I guess they all are. First we enter a small room to the left with some artifacts. A posted sign said no photos, so of course I took a photo. There were jewels and crowns and robes oh my! Outside if the room the church is amazing. Again. Carvings, organs as big as walls, stain glass windows. I don't know how many more churches I want ...

    The Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 15, 2014

    10 photos

    We chose the right day for seeing Alhambra. Yesterday's rain had cleared and we actually saw some sun. We made an early start and caught the bus up the hill. We saw the gardens before our set time to go through the palace. The gardeners were tidying the perennial beds but the evergreen structure planting was still there. The Nasrid Palaces (1333 - 1391) were decorated with stunningly detailed plaster and tile work. It was very impressive. It was amusing ...