Las Terrazas de la Alpujarra

Address: Plaza del Sol 7, Bubion, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18412, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plaza del Sol 7, Bubion, is near Carmen de los Martires, Calle Elvira, Murallas del Albayzin, and Cuesta de la Alhacaba.
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      Travel Blogs from Bubion

      Into Arab Spain

      A travel blog entry by davidavi on Jul 29, 2013

      76 photos

      ... give me a little more understanding, a thirst for more, and vivid mental notes for my future travels. We catch a flamenco performance and feel a new energy to take us through the night.

      A walk through the gypsy caves and an abundance of street art contribute to the understanding of this city’s past and culture. Tapas and sangria are a daily occurrence and I move on, but not wanting to. So much to offer, ...

      Intense Flamenco Dancers are Intense

      A travel blog entry by jessicadonels on Jun 14, 2013

      2 photos

      ... and the dancer has to follow them. Flamenco originated in Sacromonte among the Gypsies (according to Jose) and has been influenced in its development from India (from whence the gypsies came), Arabs, and Romans. The best way for me to describe it is as a very emotional bollywood tapdance, during which every beat has an accompanying movement and every position/flourish of every body part has some meaning. The only problem was, the males who were ...

      Granada, Part Two

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 22, 2013


      ... to appreciate this GPS thing as it has done well for us, especially in the "recalculating" department! Granada was under construction downtown and we got into some narrow, narrow roads trying to find our parking. There are also some restricted driving areas, me thinks we got into one of those too, time will tell! The drive to Granada was outstanding! Hundreds of thousands of acres of olive trees all the way. Amazing! We took the new super highway, at times for miles we were ...


      A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jun 17, 2012

      17 photos

      ... 8217; at Bar 1925 where the tapas were not only huge but very traditional (apart from the mini burgers and hotdogs). It was a true family run bar with mother and son working the floor and the rest of the family drinking with them too. When Spain had one of its EuroCup games there was no one behind the bar at all. The son just reached across and poured drinks with one eye always on the TV. When they scored the mum ran around screaming ...

      La Alhambra

      A travel blog entry by suegronka on Oct 16, 2011

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... a great lunch. I ordered stuffed eggplant. The portions are very large. I ended up leaving half of the meal on the plate. The waiter was very nice. When we asked about the free tapas policy he decided to bring us a free plate for the table. We had ham (big surprise) and sliced bread with a blue cheese spread.

      Granada (the word for pomegranate in Spanish) was the last surviving Moorish city in Spain. For me, the ...