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Caradura Bistrot is a shiny new bar in Granada. I suppose you could say it´s the younger brother of Restaurante Arriaga. If you are not already familiar with Restaurante Arriaga, it is one of the most prestigious eateries in Granada. The sophisticated space is part of

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typical Granada tapas

Unbelievably after all the posts written here so far about Granada and Andalusia. I haven´t blogged about Tapas yet! I did write a difference between Tapas, Raciones and Pintxos but nothing about the typical Granada tapas bars where you can to get yummy

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Carmen de Morayma Granada Spain

  This weekend I went out for lunch in the Albaicin in Granada Spain. I have been to the Mirador de Morayma many times. I lost count of the number of occasions.  Even so they managed to surprise me on this visit. After all those

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Plaza Nueva One of the most popular squares in Granada. This pleasant square sits beneath the Alhambra´s imposing Torre de la Vela. Linking the Paseo de los Tristes with the main streets of Gran Via and Calle Elvira. This square is often

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Seafood Risotto at Palacio los Patos

I travel for work, for leisure, to visit family and friends to. There is nothing worse than arriving to the hotel after a long trip, tired from the hassle of airport security, faffing with your luggage or losing your way

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Sometimes it´s hard to sleep. When travelling whether for work or even for leisure the change of environment, the unusual noises in unfamiliar surroundings or even the different pillow from your own can make it difficult to doze off. Last year

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Andalusia is a place of contrast, beautiful architecture, vast expanses of wildlife, long white beaches and ancient monuments, it´s well worth visiting at any time of the year. Here´s how to make your trip a little more luxurious and unique. Accomodation There

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Every March Bars and Restaurants in Granada compete in the Annual Tapas Fair. This year it runs from 14th until 19th March in Granada. Find participating restaurants & Leaflet here Official website is here. In Granada last year 204 restaurants took part

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learning Spanish in Granada

Alcaiceria – The streets just off of Bib Rambla square, it´s name derives from the arab term al-qaysariya, meaning a commercial area, it was founded in the XIV century and it´s one of my favourite areas of the city. Bañuelo on the

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