Macia Villa Blanca
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rooms. Brightly lit and imposing in their grandeur, it is easy to see the powerful impression they make on people. The styles vary from the over the top grand paintings of Paul Reubens to the fanciful surreal paintings of Hieronymous Bosch. The Museo Nacional Del Prado ( the full name) has 75 very large rooms with dozens of well known and lesser known painters. 6 hours of audio guided touring and we only saw a 1/3 of the galleries. A short 30 minute walk back to 4 Horteleza to take ...
... locate the hotel on the GPS and maps from "Booking.com" and Europcar rental. We finally decided to enter the Grenada Airport into the Garmin as this was our final destination in a couple of days to drop off the rental car and we might get help. Lucky us, the airport was north of the city and right on our way!. After some debate we decided to drop the car early and take a taxi the 9 kilometers to town to avoid the hassle of getting lost and besides we ...
Today was a great day in many ways. I checked out, stored my luggage and headed off to a hammam - a traditional Arabic baths day spa! As I passed into the change rooms, white and gold silky curtains were swept aside for me (Am i Princess Jasmine?? Where is my pet tiger?!) I had an hour and half to roam around as I pleased, interchanging between the cold, warm and hot baths, as well as the steam room and tea drinking area. During this time I also received a ...
... for the Muslim sultans who ruled this part of Spain back then. Interesting place and a good audio self guide. I didn’t know the word 'Moorish’ before this trip and think it refers to the Muslim settlers in this region back in the day. Great views and the Nasrid palaces are very well conserved and restored. Reminded me of Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. The remainder of my time in Granada was sleeping in, exploring ...
... are little markets where you can buy anything from fruit and vegetables to clothes and rugs. It was really cool because everything in the market was so colorful and vibrant and so busy! It looked pretty cheap too, so now that Rebajas are finishing up, I'll have to head up there and do my shopping since I'm too pobre to shop in the normal stores now! Bummer :( While we were there, we also got to climb up to the bell tower of one of the old cathedrals of Granada. This was the first time ...