Travel Blogs from Granada
... living spaces until the houses in the city were built. The caves are perfect for the Andalusia climate because in the summer they don't get really hot like outside and in the winter they stay rather warm. Therefore people don't have to worry about paying for heat or cooling. Now a days people still lve there because its free. They can't get charged because its not a house. In between these two areas there is a mix of caves whith the exterior ...
... and local Roma. Developers in Granada have not yet picked up on the fact that these people have the best views of the city.
We also learned the hard way that all the grocery stories and cafes are closed on Sunday evening. (With 90% of the Spanish population Catholic, we probably should have guessed this.) It is for times like this that we've been carting around "emergency pasta" in our suitcase.
... and ordered finally what everyone seemed to be having. Tall glass, lots of ice, a restaurant-made dark vermouth and lemon slice. A gent next to us gave the surly waiter dickens about being slow and 'where's their free tapas?' he said, I think. We duly got bread plates of paella and eventually snaffled a table. The place kept on filling despite the turn over. We met English-speaking Carmen from Barcelona and chatted through the crowd. She insisted we ...
... it went in one ear and out the others... Highlight of the day: Rebecca "Clare" Keelan bouncing her go pro out of her back pack into the deepest part of a trench 15 minutes before we had to be in the castle. The lovely grounds men got a ladder finally and went down and got it, only to be in disbelief at how small it is.. Ad the fact it was out of battery anyway haha. Classic Clare. After a good 3 hours of being interested and trying to concentrate in the Spanish heat, we bought our ...
... corruptly acquired wealth instead eh?!
So to Micahel and Ria (briefly).......thinking I was not English they approached me to enquire about the WiFi at the aforementioned service station. This developed into a 2 hour chat about all manner of things which I think I can pretty reliably say that we share the same opinion. However, they enlightened me to some issues regarding the German society which I was unfamiliar with and quite surprised ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed