Sol Inn Alcano

Carretera N 342 Km 437, Granada, Andalusia, 18015, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Granada

From Granada to Córdoba

A travel blog entry by nahoj


... The local butcher directed us to the locals restaurant, which unfortunately did not accept us as their guest (we saw several empty tables in the restaurant). It was not a pleasant moment, we were hungry and sat down to have some tapas at the bar with the hams hanging over us in a part of the place smelling a mixture of sweat (from the running waiters), beer and smoked ham. Well one only gets what ...

GRANADA a different feeling of Spain

A travel blog entry by amyryush


... with my close family and friends.

Also on the bus there was a radio station that we could listen to. 5 hours was a very long time so I listened to a lot of their music. Spanish music is really growing on me and I like them. I started a joint playlist with a friend so that I can expose myself to more!

There is this neighbor who is 20 years old and who my host mom wants me to become friends with. The thing is she has the LOUDEST and most ...

In Awe at the Alhambra!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07


... for his new young wife's son. The scheme didn't work though, as one son survived, Boabdil, and he went on to inherit the throne, the last Moorish sultan to rule before Granada fell to the Christians. There is a beautiful fountain with twelve lions which used to function as a clock, with a different lion spouting water each hour, a gift from the Jewish community to the sultan. Rumour has it that after the conquest ...

Touring the South; to Granada

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom


... de San Nicolas; a viewpoint over the city and Alhambra, Sierra Nevada makes for an impressive backdrop. Musicians in the square here added plenty of atmosphere with their traditional Flamenco music.

As guided by the Lonely Planet guidebook we went to one of the Arabian style teterias (teahouses) for an amazing Morrocan mint based tea. We could hear drums on our way back, following the sound we found a women's group each strapped with differing sized drums ...

The Moor , The Merrier

A travel blog entry by fatdamien

... collide', the opening titles would be shot entirely inside the grounds of the Mezquita. As a bonus level of bizzare, the outside facings are what the town of Luht Golen from Diablo2 were based on, leaving me to wander the Jewish Quarter all afternoon looking for the secret cow level.

Having nursed Hannah into some semblance of health (or, at least, followed the first Hyppocratic rule and did no harm), we then bussed to a town named Granada where, perched ...


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