Melia Sol y Nieve

Address: Plaza de Pradollano, s/n, Sierra Nevada, Sierra Nevada National Park, Andalusia, 18196, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Plaza de Pradollano, s/n, Sierra Nevada, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, Calle Elvira, and Murallas del Albayzin.
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    Travel Blogs from Sierra Nevada

    At last a dip in the Ocean

    A travel blog entry by grajeras on Jan 18, 2015

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    ... Down to Coromandel, quaint town. Had some lunch, then walked to town. Another excellent ice cream. In an old school there was an exhibition of Pacific Art. Excellent wall hangings and sculptures. Onwards looking for a campsite. We are now following a road that runs alongside the ocean. It is very twisty and in some places very narrow, one false move and we will find out if ...

    Exploring Granada

    A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Sep 28, 2014

    36 photos

    ... anyone in it. I was thrilled when at check in they were able to put my hand luggage bag on for free - what a bonus. Madrid airport was huge so I didn't venture far from the departure gate. The taxi from the airport to the hotel was a bit scary - I reckon the taxi driver got up to speeds of 180km - I have since found out this is quite normal. I certainly had white knuckles showing. I arrived at the hotel and it looked a bit dodgey from the outside - was up a lane way with bars ...

    Granada - Our First Stop in Spain

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Feb 17, 2014

    9 photos

    ... stayed in one of these homes, beautifully restored by our Spanish-American hosts, Lindley and Ignacio. (Coincidentally Lindley is a University of Vermont alumna.) Every few blocks we found a small plaza where residents gathered to drink coffee or wine and eat tapas; often someone would be playing an acoustic guitar, Spanish style. There was a great sense of community and la familia. There were families with little kids, grandparents, young couples, and gaggles of friends all ...

    We arrive in Granada

    A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 17, 2013

    9 photos

    ... lunch. We finally entered our choice, Salinas at 4:15. Sounds late, but while some tables were finishing others, rolled in after us.

    The creative vibe of this part of the city is evident. Salinas had painted walls (in rich reds and browns, figures of people) there were plants and it was a place for a hundred in five major spaces. The food was fresh, the flavours of Arabian Spain, the beer cold and we were soon ...

    Just people.

    A travel blog entry by brittlinnt on Jun 22, 2013

    ... yet a momma so I shouldn't have to take care of people that are grown enough to do so by themselves. Lord knows I've had tons of practice lately, I think I could babysit for the Duggars!!! (Those are the people with like 20 kids, they have a tv show) --I know when Nini reads this she'll laugh, but still tell me to be sweet-- My reason for this post is mostly just to vent and keep my temper from catching fire. I think the Arabic Bathhouse is calling my name ...