Puerta de Las Granadas
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Granada
... and each has added to, adapted, and continued to develop this Royal place until the early 1600's. It was declared a National Monument in 1870, and a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. The gardens here are quite stunning. The architecture amazing, and the history quite unbelievable. We finally dragged our weary bodies back down to the town centre at 1.00pm, and found a bar offering a range of tapas and a jug of sangria,.. We found our lunch spot! We are now back at our van,.. it is 5.00 pm. What a ...
... and suddenly came across a lovely little place called Sopalma and stopped right outside the restaurant on the hill. We sat in the sun enjoying tapas and a beer, the staff were super and very friendly. So spoke to a German couple who now live in the village, they had traveled all over world and came across Sopalma and decided to stop and settle there as its so beautiful. After lunch we continued our drive back to Palomares along the front of ...
... some of the residents.
We tried again at the second place (no name is coming back this time) and did pause to wander a small Main Street market selling mainly clothes and shoes but we only bought some much needed water to refresh ourselves.
We pushed on but after some mental calculations and in the realisation we don't have a great idea of the exact location of our Granada apartment nor of the access arrangements with host Miguel (having seemingly lost full ...
... br> This weekend we head to Cadiz! It will be nice to get out of the city and enjoy another part of the country. Next weekend we are hopefully going to Portugal. We are signed up for an excursion with DiscoverExcursions for Lagos. They have to have a certain number of people signed up before its a go, but Im crossing my fingers!
In other news. It has gotten increasingly hotter ...
... seem to be more in Granada than any other Spanish city we have been, the city is truly beautiful, even in the rain. The Spanish vibe is significantly influenced by the Arabs, with an Islamic feel, and there are particular areas of the city where it feels like you're in a mini version of Istanbul. They even have areas with Souk like alleys selling Moorish souvenirs and burning incense! Granada is one of the few remaining cities that offers free tapas ...