Hotel Triunfo Granada

Address: s/n Plaza del Triunfo 19, Granada, Andalusia, 18010, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Centro area of Granada, is near Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Puerta de Elvira, Casa de los Pisa, and Museo de los Pisa.
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    A travel blog entry by madisonmcd on May 16, 2015

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    ... day. We are mostly independent and just walk around the city and go wherever we would like to go. We buy lunch and dinner on our own and we have loved going to all different kinds of tapas bars. It is also fun being legal and being able to try the different sangrias and "tintos de veranos" or wine mixed with lemonade. I promise I'm not going crazy, just one with dinner :) all the food is very good. Lots of it is fried, but it is all very fresh. Croquettes are some of ...

    Granada - The ciudad (city) of ups and downs

    A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 25, 2014


    ... the list we could go for a nice relaxing dinner. We retraced out steps to Arrayanes. The food was excellent, we started with 4 dips and pita (hummus, house salad, a tomato and onion salad, and aubergine salad - all 4 great) we missed Quinny as she likes her chippy and dip. For dinner we had 2 tagines, one lamb and prunes, a local favorite and one chicken and lemon, these were accompanied by couscous and vegetables. We finished the evening off with some great Moroccan pastries. It ...

    Uber Cool Madrid to Grand Granada

    A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 09, 2014

    57 photos

    ... royal palace, eventually being left to deteriorate it was then restored last century to preserve the Islamic architecture which sits side by side with later additions of the sixteen century Christian buildings and sprawling gardens. Being that we did not want to lock into an itinerary we had not pre purchased tickets and we soon discovered they were sold out for the entire week. While we attempted to get tickets at the gate, the queue was as long as the Vatican queue so ...

    Walking Through History in Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by ihsaneverywhere on Apr 22, 2014

    41 photos

    ... apparently in the whole of Spain, is the Alhambra. The Alhambra started off as a small fortress over one thousand years ago, but was then built up and converted into a palace by various Moorish Kings and Sultans. Its name has its origins from Arabic, meaning "Red Castle" as its walls were reddish in colour. A brief introduction to the history of Alhambra can be found here.

    As it was a palace, I was expecting something grand ...


    A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jul 07, 2013

    1 comment, 193 photos

    ... a bit when I get back to the states. In Spain, they usually have little or nothing at breakfast, a large lunch, and a smaller dinner. I think that I will use some variation of that when I get home (with added snacks in between). They also use olive oil for everything. Butter is exceptionally difficult to find here. The butter is usually comprised of olive oil anyway.

    Here is my advice for anyone who wants to study abroad or travel to another ...