¡UPDATE!: The Jupiter photo in this page has been awarded with the first prize in the Astrophotography Contest of the XIX Spanish Astronomy Conference.
Checking Internet one realizes that one of the most common ambitions of any amateur astronomer is to have an observatory. A place where you can easily observe without the hassles of mounting, connecting wires, adjusting your alignment in every observing session. In fact we are pretty sure that the best observatory is not the one with the best sky, less light pollution and best seeing but the one which you can use more often. Professional observatories don't choose their location in places with better sky but in places where the sky is good the maximum number of nights. Nights with good seeing conditions are almost everywhere and the important thing is to be there even if it is not a weekend or holidays.
From the beginning of the “La Azotea” project of making astronomy from a urban environment we have tried different places: Granada, Armilla and currently Churriana de la Vega in an attic oriented to the East. After some observation sessions we have noticed that Vega de Granada (a flat area near Granada, where Churriana is located) even having quite heavy light pollution presents some quite good seeing nights.