Vincci Albayzin

Address: Carrera Genil 48, Granada, Andalusia, 18005, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Realejo - San Matias area of Granada, is near Granada Cathedral, Palace of Carlos V, Alcaiceria, and Museo Casa de Los Tiros.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    A day at the Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by hethncol on May 16, 2015

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    Up early this morning for our big day out at the famous Alhambra. Had an early breakfast at the hotel which was surprisingly good in comparison to those we have seen and rejected in previous hotels we have stayed in. To get up the hill to the Alhambra you need to catch a small bus which starts from just near our hotel. To visit this very popular place (2.4 million visitors annually) you need to buy your tickets beforehand or you will miss out. I ...

    El Punto de Encuentro (The Rendezvous Point)

    A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... s slogan is 'We Love Non-Tourism Tours’. That means that they don’t go to all the big tourist places, and that's exactly what we didn’t do. We went to all sorts of weird places, which you would never have gone to by yourself. One of the more interesting places we went was this massive hill overlooking the city. The hill was full of caves, which people lived in. It’s illegal to live there, because you don’t have to pay rent or mortgage ...

    Dancing in a cave with the gypsies!

    A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa on Jul 03, 2014

    15 photos

    ... of Granada while she danced a sensual version with that train – the song will always have a new meaning for me in future.

    Well, as the show drew to a close, a senorita invited two young ladies to join them and what do you know, I was next in line and then Maryln! Oh boy, after sitting for so long, it was difficult to suddenly be thrust into flamenco pose, but we did our best! Ha! Ha! The less said about our adventure going back, the ...

    Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Pt. 1

    A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Apr 16, 2014

    7 photos

    ... I will admit that it was really cool to see the parades when we first arrived. They're kind of creepy by American standards because it is mostly hooded figures (think KKK but in colors such as black and red) carrying crosses, candles, and incense. Then, there is a huge, elaborately decorated float that generally depicts a scene from the crucifixion of Jesus. We later learned that each night was dedicated to a different saint and led by a different church in the city. While ...

    Top 10 in Spain

    A travel blog entry by jessicadonels on Jun 27, 2013

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    ... sweet and helpful the entire time I've been here. When my stomach hurt because I ate a hamburger that wasn't beef, she made me chamomile tea. When I needed a full cup of coffee in the morning rather than a spoonful of coffee in a cup of milk and chocolate powder, she obliged (Ana, can I have coffee instead tomorrow? I gave you coffee. Uh, that's not going to work for me). She also manages to cohabitate with Chispe, who is basically a mean dog of a cat. ...