Reino de Granada Hotel

Address: Recogidas, 53, Granada, Andalusia, 18005, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Chana area of Granada, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, and Aljibe de San Miguel Banos Arabes.
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      Day Twenty Two (it's over to you Ritchie)

      A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... even tea) hamper (for today and the next few days at least) but she didn't think was in keeping with our style. Hers maybe!

      We loaded up and set off placing our trust in my favourite lady - Ms GPS - to get us to our planned mid-destination - the coastal town of Almueria. However, I regretfully have to admit my previously wonderful relationship with Ms GPS started to fray as she sent us wildly circling the outskirts of Murcia. I cursed as we passed through some dodgy ...

      How El Tiempo flies!

      A travel blog entry by emezzy on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... beds, inclusive buffet breakfast (and my parents being taught how to make the most of them, beside baguettes only costing 1euro on the outside) and fresh towels daily (simple pleasures right?) The disadvantages were mainly dad snoring, often resulting in pillows being thrown in the unknown culprits direction! Heaven (and my own room) in San Sebastian await!


      Arabic Spain

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 12, 2014

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      ... was. We stopped and spoke to the man and he was excited to head Logan speak Arabic so they carried on a short conversation. Afterward we continued our quest for lunch. We found a shop that served shwarmas, which was more Arab than most of the places we went in Morocco. Spain was very heavily influenced by Arabs historically so it wasn't surprising to see a lot of it all over but it was a little shocking to see more of it in current ...

      The Alhambra

      A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 15, 2014

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      ... a bit from the romans. It was well worth the E14.40 each including the bus. We opted not to do the tour or get the audio guides this time. We wanted to go at our own pace and the audio guides have been too in depth- and there were over 60 points of interest. We spent nearly four and a half hours and then missed the upper level of the Renaissance palace the spanards built once they got the Alhambra back of the moors who had developed it for nearly ...

      An important lesson learned today!

      A travel blog entry by jpearson on Apr 25, 2013

      ... of which spoke a little broken English. Nevertheless, a conversation of sorts ensued and we learned about each others travels, families, and whatever else we could, on our 30-50 word vocabulary. One woman came from Mexico and visiting Spain had been a life long dream. She raised her children alone and, finally growing tired of their mom unable to fulfill her dream, they bought her airline tickets and a rail pass for Spain. The other woman, ...