Hostal AB

Infanta Beatriz 3 , Granada, Andalusia, 18004, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star inn
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This 1 star inn, located in the Camino de Ronda area of Granada, is near Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Aljibe de San Miguel Banos Arabes, Alcaiceria, and Museo Casa de Los Tiros.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    Driving to Granada for one night

    A travel blog entry by jenbowen on Jun 20, 2014

    Left at around 10am for a 2 hour drive to Granada. Hot again today and hotter in Granada. Was a lovely drive with large mountains surrounding us on one side and the coast on the other. The mountains seemed to get bigger and bigger the closer we got inland. There were also little villages tucked in the mountain that looked like snow on the them, very pretty. The roads were excellent, rather new, and is a Toll ...

    Day 7 - Granada

    A travel blog entry by sandler_love on May 17, 2014

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    ... on them that I can’t make out from my vantage point. There are a few ladies in the front that appear to be the leaders whose dance moves the other mimic. One of the leaders is wearing gray stretchy pants and her butt is the definition of a bubble but. I wonder if she is single. On the other side of the plaza is a man who has a merry-go-round rigged to a bike so that when he peddles it turns round and round. Genius!

    Cathedral ...

    Andalucia essay

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jan 29, 2014

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    ... Renaissance. The cities each had individual aspects and staunch differences from one another, but the design, architecture and people of the city were fairly cohesive.

    Granada exhibited extreme Arabic and North African influence, in contrast to the two previous cities. Ferdinand reconquered Granada in 1492, almost 250 years after Cordoba and Sevilla. Because of this, Moorish architecture and ...


    A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... through the nose for everything, this was absolutely astonishing to me. The explanation for this has been told to me 2 different ways by two different people. First is that it is because of the economy and competition. The second is the traditional "sensible drinking" suggestion (see my Seville entry) So on our first night here, we went to a Tapa restaurant. I ordered 2 drinks, and soon after, a free tapa arrived. We drank our drinks and ate the tapa. I ordered ...

    Paul only takes me to the best places

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Nov 04, 2012

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    ... that tell the story of its history both as a mosque and as a Christian church.  Cordoba itself has a very long history and is one of the oldest inhabited cities in Spain, established in the first century BC. It has been inhabited by the Visgoths, the Arabs, the moors, the Romans and then the Christians. Each different culture have made their own stamp on this part of the world and the result is a very mixed bag of cultures ...