Carmen Del Cobertizo

C./ Cobertizo de Santa Ines, 6, Granada, Andalusia, 18010, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
Prices starting from $188.00

Travel Blogs from Granada

From Porto to Granada

A travel blog entry by mike_lickfold


Portugal, a faded Empire glory days gone but not forgotten had to drag ouselves away from Porto, what a great city.and out into the rain and a million eucalypts looking like a bushfire about to happen, to Coimbra, ancient capital and famous for its university one of the world's oldest, founded in 1290 this time it's to our rescue and an extraordinary massive old building now peopled by students, some of whom let us in, friendly bunch from Brazil and Turkey, ...

Fifth installment

A travel blog entry by henriksenv


So today I decided to give some attention to Spanish Catholic Granada. First I went into the Church of St John of God, founder of the Knights Hospitallers. Very ornate - every surface was covered with frescoes, mirrors, paintings, etc. The saint is buried in a raised room behind the altar. Impressive - a giant reliquary of silver that glows when the sun hits it. From the back of the church, you can see the reliquary high above the altar - it is supposed ...

Day 14: Granada

A travel blog entry by phoenix7


... loved to try the Piņa Colada or Azafran flavours, but who on earth would drink tea in this weather?!

I took a long cut back to the hostel in order to pass by the San Jeronimo monastery. After checking in I got a message from the Aussie guys to come hang out at their hostel before heading out for tapas. It's always some saint or other's day on a Sunday, so all the shops were closed, but nevertheless since it was Nick's birthday in a ...

The food, the drinks, the life

A travel blog entry by cuartotres

... and just do drinks and tapas. The drink I have favored is Tinto del Verano. It is red wine mixed with lemon soda, or rather lemon Fanta like soda. It's delicious but its full of sugar and I'm not used to drinking wine so it generally has a quick effect on me. I have also taken a liking to white wine. Definitely won't continue to make it a regular thing, but a good one will probably be enjoyed from time to ...

A wonderful surprise in Granada!

A travel blog entry by bdvano


... a lunch in the hotel. They had a great buffet and while we were eating, a trio of musicians came in, dressed in traditional costumes and played some spanish music. It was very hot outside, 34 degrees, so we enjoyed a swim in the hotel pool and suntanned until 6:00.

Alhambra is right next door to the hotel so our location was perfect. We needed to buy tickets first thing in the morning in order to be able to visit this ...

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This inn, located in the San Pedro area of Granada, is near Sacromonte, Banos Arabes, El Banuelo, and Museo Arqueologico y Etnologico.
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