Travel Blogs from Granada
After a quick breakfast we packed up and headed for Granada! Our plan today is to see the Alhambra! More about this after the tour! We stopped along the way for a "comfort rest" and them for lunch! Lunch was like stopping at a Love's trucks top! They even had 2 Spanish slot machines! One if the ladies gave it a whirl with no luck! We had an …
... gardens and grand vistas.
The only negative we had was the place we stayed, Hostal Lisboa (US$43 per night without bath). It was very basic, which was ok with us for two nights, but it was located on one of Granada´s famous "tapas routes," so it was hopping until the wee hours of the morning. Additionally, the annual flamenco dance contest was happening in the square right outside the hotel all day long. So, on the one ...
... polished wood floors and its own private courtyard. I’m going to check out the view of the Alhambra from the roof terrace now, then try and organise my train to Seville day after tomorrow. I also have to confirm my Alhambra ticket for tomorrow afternoon. After that – let the tapas crawl begin!!
The guy downstairs was kind enough to interrupt his lunch to call the Alhambra booking office. Luckily the person who answered could speak English and told me ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMelia Granada
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