Maryola

Camino Ronda 193, Granada, Andalusia, 18003, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Beiro area of Granada, is near Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Aljibe de San Miguel Banos Arabes, Casa de los Pisa, and Real Chancilleria.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Granada

Granada: the Hidden Gem of Spain

A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Jul 23, 2014

31 photos

... know more hostel mates, making food, and relaxing. We also ventured down to that little street and went shopping. We ended up with a ton of earrings and some awesome pants and tapestries. That evening we had a scheduled tapas tour. Tapas are little shareable plates that are meant to be split and ordered in multiples. Granada is the last city to offer a free tapa with every purchase of a drink. We met up with a couple from Australia and our guide, Gayle, and toured four ...

Hello maddah, hello faddah!

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 18, 2014

1 comment, 51 photos

... and an array of all sorts of flowers. Some were more extravagant than others, but they were all lovely, and even the most simple had something to catch the eye, whether it be a lemon tree hanging in one corner, or a little fountain, a string of garlic, all amidst the magnificence of the patios themselves. My favourite and one of the prize winning patios was one with huge white walls on two sides and 2 stairways leading up to parts of the house, and everywhere was just covered ...

Moorish Spain

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Jan 31, 2014

15 photos

... from! They hung around for nearly 600 years but got into more and more conflicts as Christianity, particularly Catholicism strengthened. Muslim versus Christian.

To come to the point, Queen Isabel is credited with being the one who finally turfed them out of their last stronghold, Granada, following a 10 year crusade. In doing so, she also unified all the regions of Spain and placed the country under the one ...

Day 71-74 - Football, Tapas and Sun

A travel blog entry by abs08 on Oct 28, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... shows in Granada take place in the restaurants up here. Gypsies and hippies have been living in the area for a while now and there certainly is a huge hippy vibe. A couple of hours pass and we end the walking tour at Mirador de San Nicholas, the most popular lookout point for the Alhambra castle. The gypsies have laid their creations out on the street – handmade bracelets, earrings, necklaces, bangles, beads and all sorts of other stuff. Some play music, ...

Spain's Moorish Jewel

A travel blog entry by cfroehlich14 on Oct 26, 2012

30 photos

... built for the last Muslim Emirs in Spain and its court, of the Nasrid dynasty. After the Reconquista by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492, some portions were used by the Christian rulers. We walked through beautiful gardens on our way to the Charles V Palace which was a large circular building with huge columns (hard to explain). Next we walked through The Alcazaba which is a fortress that is the oldest part of the Alhambra. On the roof ...