Senorio de Rias Hotel Forestal

Finca de Rias, Highway A-92 (Exit Diezma), Diezma, Andalusia, 18180 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by annrowberg


We were off again on the bus this morning. We have been heading south and finally have warm weather. Actually it was at least 85 degrees today. Just beautiful! About an hour into the bus ride Nygil said he had a surprise for us. We pulled into a little town called Salinas where he send us seven in each group to different homes for breakfast. The ladies in this town apparently do this a few times a year and it was fun to have a connection to ...

Top 10 in Spain

A travel blog entry by jessicadonels


... Mediteranean) is Arabic (my new favorite), and the clothing is a mix of high fashion and Rastafarian. There is a Jewish quarter with (little to) no Jews, a Gypsy quarter with 5 flamenco restaurants per block, and every part of the city contains mosques turned into cathedrals.

2. Seafood everywhere. Living this close to the Mediterranean Sea means that seafood is cheap, fresh, and common in most meals. Which is great, because our group contained a lot ...


A travel blog entry by vgfamily


Granada was our home for the month of April. It is a fairly small city with everything you want and yet not too much of it. The twisting streets of the Albaicyn and the breathtaking natural scenery kept us more than satisfied with our stay. Behind the apartment we rented through Airbnb, the Sierra Nevada national park stretches out from mountain to mountain, olive tree to pine forest, snaking trails sewing it together. It provided a ...

The Alhambra in Granada

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop


... As we wandered through the gardens, we also came across a beautiful brick and stone staircase which had banisters that doubled as little water canals.

From the gardens, we made our way to the Alcazaba, the oldest and most ruined part of the complex. As we scrambled over the ruins, we got fine city views from its highest watch tower and views over the snow covered Sierra Nevada mountains. This fortress once defended the Alhambra’s 2000 residents. ...

Granada, I'm falling under your spell

A travel blog entry by capt.pancake


... Alcazaba (Fortress) first. This is one of the oldest parts of the Alhambra and was its military area. We climbed the Torre de Cubo (Round Tower) the Torre de la Vela (Watchtower) where there are some amazing views over Granada. We then went through the Jardin des los Advarves (Wall Walk Gardens).

At 14:30 we made our way over to the entrance to the Nasrid Palaces. These date back to the 13th century when the first Nasrid king, Mohamed 1, established ...


This hotel is located on Finca de Rias, Highway A-92 (Exit Diezma), Diezma.
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