Las Terrazas de la Alpujarra

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

    Cave life at The Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by lizedmond on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... area of Granada for over an hour before we could get wifi. We had a lovely Skype with Ronan, who is fascinated whenever he sees us on Skype. Also a brief chat with Laura and the others. After breakfast we headed off for our great cactus hunt (don't ask) for Blake, which really just resulted in a good walk over many hours over the Albaycin area of Granada. We met up with some other Aussies who had just moved into a cave 2 doors down and spent a couple of hours with them. ...

    Weekend in Cordoba and Granada

    A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jan 27, 2013

    1 comment

    ... the older parts of the city. On sunday before we left the city we went to one of the oldest parts of the city called El Alhambra. It was once a small arabian city with an ancient Palace that has been preserved. We walked around the gardens and houses throughout the city and were also able to check out the Fort and Palace as well. Overall it was a really fun weekend and it was great to be able to be around so much ...

    My Least Favourite Word

    A travel blog entry by jbushie on May 10, 2012

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    ... Apparently many students and hippies squat up here... I understand why. No other local would be prepared to climb UP that many stairs to get home! In fact, Granada seems to have more than the usual share of hippies, buskers, street vendors, dreadlocks, piercings and tattoos! We come face to face with them in a street demonstration on our way back to the hotel. The heat of the day is now becoming oppressive. Were ...

    The Week of the Feria!

    A travel blog entry by sammielarson on Jun 23, 2011

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    ... and said, "Y vosotras, también!" ("And you girls too!"). We looked up, he asked us where we were from, and upon hearing the answer he said (in English), "God bless Chicago! God bless the United States and you as well!" We felt pretty cool because a Spanish priest had just blessed us when we had no idea what was going on.

    The rest of the day of Corpus Cristi ended up being pretty lazy. We had the day off of school which was nice, so Megan and I did ...


    A travel blog entry by csilver on Jan 30, 2011

    ... Alhambra is the main site to see if you ever go to Granada. They advise you to reserve tickets ahead of time and plan for your visit to take 3-5 hours. It takes this long because it contains multiple palaces, a huge Muslim fortress and huge gardens called the Generalife. The information you need to understand its history is also dense because the Alhambra was built and used first by Muslims, but then overtaken by the Christians. The tours were way out of our budget so we elected ...