Aspen Times Weekly: An Authentic Semana Santa
IF YOU GO ...
Reservations: This is a very busy time of year so make reservations early.
Hotels: I highly recommend the three we stayed in:
• Ronda – Hotel San Francisco, firstname.lastname@example.org. Excellent location within close walking distance of processions as well as restaurants and only $45 a night.
• Granada – Hotel Reina Cristina, email@example.com. Comfortable, inexpensive ( about $85 a night), excellent cafeteria and restaurant, and located less than two blocks from procession viewing area.
• Guadix – Hotel Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarcón, firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a cave/hotel and ours had comfortable bedrooms for all five of us. The cost was about $26 per person per night.
Meals: Most processions are at night so it’s much easier to stop in bars for tapas than to try to schedule a sit-down dinner. Your hotels will have recommendations.
Information: Each town publishes a little booklet with the names of the processions, the departure times and their routes.
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