Princesa Ana Hotel
Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Princesa Ana Hotel from our 7 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Granada
Our last stay in southern spain, we are now in Granada, Hotel Princesa Ana. We will return our car at Malaga, and board a plane there enroute for Barcelona. Spanair (Malaga -> Barcelona) Flight: 6683 Flight duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes
... for our own siesta and did not get up until 6pm. Finally up and showered and awake, we went out to Plaza de Toros (plaza where an old bull arena is) to have some drinks and tapas. In Granada, tapas is an amazing thing as you get a free plate of tapas when you buy a drink. So the first place we got sangria with patatas bravas and 'nachos' which was ok. Then we went to another place which was great where ...
... the street, jumping on cars, chanting, screaming, fights, fires, and tons and tons of fans. As long as you have your red shirts on and some face paint you are finally one of the locals and what a great feeling that is.
Last night, we went to the city center to watch the celebration parade where the team drove through the city on a bus. We waited for hours among thousands of people to catch a thirty-second up-close glimpse at the ...
... the short walk up and up the cobblestones to the gate of the very large park on which the Alhambra is located. Our tickets, purchased months ago, gave us access to the Nasrid Palaces at 10:30 sharp, and prior to that we could tour the Palace of Charles V and the Alcazaba, or military fort. At the appointed time we were admitted to the last and greatest Moorish palace, the Nasrid, built mostly in the ...
... de los Sultanes tengan vistas maravillosas a los bosques y jardines
En fin, la cita continuó por el Generalife que son los
Jardines y aposentos de los visitantes.
Ya agotado de seis horas de caminata ininterrumpida volvi
al hotel, previo paso para retirar algo de comer e irme al hotel asi preparar
el equipaje para salir Madrid via bus €20 tras cinco horas de ...