Puerta de Las Granadas

Cuesta de Gomerez, 14, Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This must be heaven: free food

A travel blog entry by bradleyt


Loved – The magnificently alluring Spanish sun. So much sun (finally) that your eyes water a little and bakes everything in its Spanish splendour – white-washed homes, oleander in every colour, bougainvillaea and cobblestones.

As far as Nadia is concerned, the pictures they take of southern Spain might as well all be Granada.< …

Gorgeous Granada

A travel blog entry by spnteacher


Day 14 Our final destination...Granada. On Sunday, July 27 my dad and I left Córdoba to go to Granada. We took a bus from Córdoba. We stopped in a lot of small towns that I doubt many Spaniards have even heard of, let alone even been to. Since it was Sunday and extremely hot, there were hardly any people to be seen out on the streets of each of the …

Moorish Spain

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... is an "alcazaba", an "alcazar" and a "medina". In English, that is a fortress, a palace and a village - all contained within high walls, totally self sufficient. The fortress was first, built out of previous ruins, 9th century, by a Moorish king. As with all fortresses, it is on a high point with great views from any of its towers over the city of Granada. A whitewashed city with narrow winding streets, very reminiscent of arabic ...


A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35

... of the Islamic influence, and because of the lack of furniture. The palace was interesting enough, but it never really sounds good when you tell people back home that we spent more time waiting than we did actually inside the palace. It's not the best place I've been inside this holiday, but I would still say that it is worth a visit.

After our visit to the Alhambra, we caught a taxi down to our hotel. Whilst in the taxi, I heard a the ali andro song, which I ...

Day 10 - May 31, 2013

A travel blog entry by deacondavid


... as delightful. We got to the Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) by re-opening time of 4:00, and went in (it cost 4€/person). I (we) were thrilled - we got to see the sarcophagi and coffins (in the crypt below) of Ferdinand and Isabella! I actually got an illegal picture of the coffins (see picture)!! The rest of the chapel altars and art were impressive, as well, and the museum was nice; lots of royal vestments of Ferdinand and ...

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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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