Hotel Juan Miguel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Juan Miguel Granada
We enjoyed our stay very much, bedroom was spacious and comfortable, there was plenty to eat at breakfast and the staff were very helpful and friendly. We would have liked a tea / coffee making facility.
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Granada Day 3 We woke to sun and 0 degrees brrrrrrrr, we were looking forward to returning to Palomares for higher temperatures and no snow but we were delighted we visited Granada. Our next task was to get out of The city through the one way system which we did successfully and visited the Palza de Toros in English the bull ring but only from the …
Spain Granada, snow and culture Day 1 We left Palomares on a warm sunny day wondering what weather would be waiting for us in Granada, but never the less we were going to have a fantastic time looking at the sites and taking in the mountain air. We took plenty of warm clothes, coats, gloves and scarfs in preparation. The journey to Granada was …
... of wine for our evening meal.
After a leisurely final day in Granada we set out early for dinner as our bus the next day for Malaga was due to leave quite early. We had now entered Easter week and so the local celebrations had already started. Our aim of getting an early dinner was frustrated by an Easter procession. Still we were able to take a few hurried photographs of the ceremony
from a distance and we got to see some of the participants in ...
... entry to the Nasrid Palaces for 12:30pm. As a side note, the last time we holidayed in Spain, we had tried to get in to see the Nasrid Palaces, but didn't have tickets. We could only walk around the outside of the castle walls, looking up wondering what marvels we were missing. Only 70 visitors at a time are admitted, so we had ordered our tickets months ago while still in Canada, and came back to Spain to see what ...
... enough to bear repeating: they don't sell coffee until nine in the ******n morning. THE SAVAGES.) we thought we'd go for a walk off the edge of the map. The twisting alleyways, whitewashed houses, arabic door numbers and vibrant creeper vines are all wanted cliche escapees, reward offered, but that only heightens my sense of wonder at this strange, mixed up and adorably lisping part of the world.
Southern Spain - I give it five stars and a crescent moon.