Hospes Palacio de los Patos
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Travel Blogs from Granada
... the shops. Wooooaaahh what a view! This place is incredible! We were so high and could see for hundreds of kilometres. Such a beautiful view. Paul and I enquired about ski rental and a lift pass. We decided that if it was cheap we might give it a go. It was 44 euros for a ski pass and about 20 euros for gear. That was each! Seeings we are going to hit the slopes with marc in Czech before Paul heads home, we thought we would instead save our money for then. That ...
... cobblestone to keep the streets cool- but they also kill your feet.
We first headed up to a look out under the Alhambra in the old Jewish district for a view of the city- in particular albaicin a world heritage listed suburb. We then headed along the river and into a Muslim bath house. An old stone building ...
... it is time for a drink and to try some of Granada's famous free tapas. That is, with every drink you buy you get a little dish to nibble on. We start in the Albayzin with a nice glass of local white wine. The tapas that came out were olives, toast with tomato and Serrano ham. After some more of these I have a sweet craving so head to one of the old town’s churrorias. Churros are deep fried dough that you dip into a think ...
... 1. Open your mind. Realize that the customs and the ways of thinking differ dramatically from where you are from. In Spain, they eat hot food when it's blazing hot outside because they believe it's good for you. They also don't use air conditioning. At all. As an American, you will not get used to this but you can't argue with them about it.
2. Be willing to change. Understand that by traveling elsewhere, you are subjecting yourself to something new. If you made the ...
... she'd never met. She didn't speak any Spanish and only probably 10-20 words in English. What an amazing and wild story!! So upon our arrival in Granada, stashed the big bag at a locker storage facility and got a map as well as some ideas on how to spend the day. Granada's most famous attraction is the Muslim gardens 'Alhambra'. These are best entered with advanced reservations, but having none and being told we could get walk-in tickets, we grabbed ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet