Hotel Rural Zerbinetta

Address: Pago la Laguna, 3, Dilar, Province of Granada, Andalucia, 18152, Spain | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Pago la Laguna, 3, Dilar.
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    Travel Blogs from Dilar

    Siletta de padul

    A travel blog entry by bigb1963 on Mar 16, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Caught a bus to Dilar this morning, about a 30 minute trip. From the end of the line it was about a khm to trailhead. After some indecision on which end of loop to initiate hike, on a poorly marked trail, got under way at about 10am. Lots of unmarked forks, but got to saddle and ...

    Run of Bad Luck, Lewis is 2 and More Visitors

    A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Dec 09, 2014

    54 photos

    ... three might stay away in a hotel, half board in a place East of where we're living and further into the mountains. A place called Laujar de Andarax is where we stayed and we arrived at around six o'clock on Thursday evening for three nights. After a couple of wrong turns and travelling with kids, it took around othree hours. When we arrived, we thought the place looked great. A hotel with self contained apartments with breakfast and evening meal included! ...

    4th June 2014

    A travel blog entry by kjnicholson on Jun 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... albethyn) which is an incredible palace that was built by one of the Spanish kings but never lived in by him or any of the royals in power after that. It is an incredibly large, square building made from a light, dusty, red coloured rock. The material used was in large chunks and had a predominant roman influence. As we moved into this building it was round unlike the outside of the building. This was because the builder wanted good acoustics ...

    Inca gold and all that

    A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... covered waffle. After a rest we ventured our again to a bascilica built in the early 1700s. Its point of diference being the elaborate gold decoration, some of the riches plundered from south america by the conquisadores. We had arrived a bit before the 4pm opening time so we went across the street and ordered churros. These are long skinny doughnuts - ours were still warm - which you then dunk in hot chocolate. Not drinking chocolate but full on ...

    The Very Old and the Very New

    A travel blog entry by heatherandmike on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... squares. We enjoyed an evening out and stayed at a B&B right in the heart of town. In the AM we picked up our rental car and spent an hour checking out the Arts and Sciences complex ( see pictures). This whole area was designed by Santiago Calatrava - another very famous, and still living, Spanish architect. He recently designed the Peace Bridge that crosses the Bow River in Calgary. Very interesting buildings which, in my view, looked better from ...