Senorio de Rias Hotel Forestal

Address: Finca de Rias, Highway A-92 (Exit Diezma), Diezma, Andalusia, 18180 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Finca de Rias, Highway A-92 (Exit Diezma), Diezma.
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    Travel Blogs from Diezma

    Granada and La Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by highama on Apr 16, 2015

    20 photos

    ... picture taking (and it’s a huge place), so we got in line and waited for 10 or so minutes to go in.

    Once more, I’m at a loss for words. Washington Irving spent some time here while writing in Spain, and even he said, “How unworthy is my scribbling of the place”, so I guess I shouldn’t feel too bad. The intricacy of detail, the remnants of color that hint at what must have been overwhelming a few hundred years ...

    Tour of Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by andrewy on Dec 12, 2014

    68 photos

    ... sight is th Comares Palace with the reflecting pool and lion fountain. At the end of the tour, I ran into the Sollender family whom I met on the train. They invited me to join with them on their English tour. From there, we visited the Alcazaba Fort with a great city view, the Charles palace, Generalife garden and water stairway.

    In the afternoon, I walked with the Sollender family up the hill to see the Monastery, then walked down toward the Mirador ...

    Granada

    A travel blog entry by daniellemcnicol on Sep 05, 2014

    37 photos

    ... light and ventilation, but remain a constant 23 degrees Celsius all year round, an advantage in Granada's hot summers. We also got some great views of the Alhambra from a number of different vantage points along the way. As part of the tour we also visited the last remaining Moorish bath house (which after the Christians overthrew the Moors was used as a laundry). We also got to see a small "palace" that from the outside was very plain, but had all the luxury on ...

    Granada - Day 1: from Zuheros

    A travel blog entry by mills21r on Jan 06, 2014

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    ... to our apartment, that apparently is the oldest in the city. It went off just after we arrived at 1800 hrs, which was quite worrisome, but it was all good after that as we haven't heard it since - it was their Epifany Day (when they open there Xmas presents). In line with the Moorish traditions of the city we went out to a Morroccan Restuarant for a really nice feed - tajines of lamb, prunes(?) and almonds; Morroccan Meatballs; and chicken, sultana and onion ...

    The Very Old and the Very New

    A travel blog entry by heatherandmike on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... the Cathedral and the
    myriad of small, twisting alleys in the old Muslim quarter The Albayzin. The Alhambra- the main reason people come to Granada - was originally built as a fortress for the Spanish Moors and then a palace was added for the last Muslim Emirs to rule southern Spain. So lots of beautiful and elaborate moorish architecture and decorations. When the Catholic Monarchs conquered in the late 1400's they added to it and decided it was ...