Casa La Celada
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... onward ticket, but I’ll figure that out later… I head out to discover the town. Antequera does have a nice little Old Town district—although not very active in the summer midday heat. I go to check out the bullfight arena, stroll down the main street where I duck into a bar to try some of the local “tapas”. Tapas are small portions of meat, vegetables, seafood etc served either hot or cold—a good way to sample different local ...
... Granada. Our guide at Alhambra suggested a great site to visit to get wonderful views so we walked to St Nicholas plaza and certainly appreciated the majestic Alhambra. Last night we found a little tapas bar for our last night in Granada - excellent sangria but not so great tapas!! Today we visited the burial site of Isabella of Castile, her husband Ferdinand and some of her children. This seemed ...
... of recce mission really. I park near the village of Alfarnatejo and walk into its centre. The village is said to have a strong rivalry with the nearby village of Alfarnate - going back, apparently to the Spanish Civil War, when they were on opposite sides. The newly built children's play area is dedicated to the memory of an inhabitant, possibly the local schoolteacher, who died in 1937 at the age of 34 - he was probably a victim ...
... location to visit Granada, Cordoba and Malaga. The drive was very interesting. After 20 minutes drive, we passed by a couple of "Western Towns". Those are the left-overs of many spaghetti western films now used for tourist attraction. It could have been interesting to visit there (and to report back to my dad :)), but we needed to continue driving.
After a while, we went along the majestic Sierra Nevada where we saw some snow on top and also some ski slopes. Air was ...
... helps boost your confidence in your ability to speak Spanish than getting hopelessly lost in a region where nobody speaks English. I just hadn't got round to buying a proper map...
Getting there was easy. Just head for Granada, turn right and look for the mountains and turn left, and if I reached the Mediterranean I'd gone too far. Getting home was harder. I had taken a mental note of junction numbers as I changed roads, but as maths isn't my strong suit (second only ...