Puerta de Las Granadas

Address: Cuesta de Gomerez, 14, Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Realejo - San Matias area of Granada, is near Albaicin, Arab Baths (Banos Arabes), Iglesia de San Gil y Santa Ana, and Real Chancilleria.
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    A travel blog entry by jennie62 on Jun 06, 2015

    34 photos

    ... quite different from Madrid and Seville. We felt like we were really seeing Spain here, with ladies dressed in flamenco dresses and Spanish paraphernalia everywhere. There were tapa bars everywhere, up every little alley, in every nook and cranny, and also lots market stalls selling Spanish souvenirs.

    We had an afternoon wandering around and came across Pandora and Kalie (had ...

    Viva Espagne to La Belle France

    A travel blog entry by tuross11 on May 14, 2015

    ... It is furnished with a large bookcase, a small desk, 3 chairs, a small TV on a table, a side table near the bed and a floor lamp, What the!!!. I don't know how two people would cope. My bathroom is also of Lilliputian dimensions but has all I need and is modern and clean.
    Sat with Madame and Monsiour for a time, but I was so tired my French   so appalling , I decided to have shower and hit the hay. Bon ...

    Muy bien! No se?

    A travel blog entry by aquirkybunchof2 on Oct 05, 2013

    12 photos

    ... would try and whip out his Dutch/Afrikaans at us; and Carlos, who always called us "niñas" (children) and would blush crimson whenever we tried to get him to teach us words like bra ("sujetador", which we all agreed after much miming was just a terrible word) and nipple (pizon). And how our Spanish came along? Well, after a week Claudia was lisping away to everyone, while I ordered fifty apples at the local shop by mistake and stared blankly ...

    I don't kilometer

    A travel blog entry by jessicadonels on Jun 04, 2013

    3 photos

    ... part in the Spanish night life very weak) after dinner with our families, and had a round of drinks and tapas (kind of like appetizers) for five of us for only 10 dollars. And it was delicious. I think we've found our cheap place.

    Tomorrow we go to La Alhambra, and this weekend we are going to the beach. I'm looking forward to doing a little bit less tourism and a little bit more exploring/experiencing the culture. I'm sure it will be less exhausting that way.

    Los Banos Arabes y Sacromonte

    A travel blog entry by kyliebeeson on Jan 13, 2013

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... third is the hottest. I had always thought that they used these baths only for social reasons, but I guess there are also alot of health benefits that come from going to each bath at a different temperature.

    Then we walked around Sacromonte which is above Albaycin. It is closer to the mountains and so there aren't any apartments but those cool white houses with all of the hanging plants and graffiti and paintings on the sides. It was very colorful ...

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