Casa La Celada
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... Sunday, but I have a hunch that Spain's economic downturn means that some of them won't be open tomorrow or the following days either.
It's not long before I'm diving under a tree for my first rest in the shade - then there's another, and another .... My supply of water reduces rapidly. By the time, the GPS is reading 2.2km, I'm in open country, but it's time to turn round and go back. Any longer in this heat is going to be distinctly ...
... beaten path and there were thousands of people there. The bridge was cool, but the oldest bull stadium in the country just made me sad and there weren't even any bulls around! :(
2. El Torcal National Park which was about 40 minutes from our hotel, at least 1000 feet above the valley with a park full of the neatest limestone rock features. They had two paths to ...
... of the stage." Free of charge and open all day. It was closer to 22km and the place was locked. As we had driven all that way, we climbed over the fence. We found a hole in the ground and a few remnants of stone. We should have climbed the hill as I discovered afterwards that’s where it was.
I set the satnav to take us back to Humilladero, which it did – over the hills and through several ...
... 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 ...
... southern Spain - dry, but with a very cold wind and only occasional bursts of sunshine. The higher peaks are blanketed in cloud and I only fancy a short walk, so this looks ideal. I'm not sure whether I'm going to find a path up the mountain, but I reckon that it ought to be possible without one, as there isn't much vegetation and the angle of ascent is in places a fairly easy one. But in fact, as soon as I start towards La Corona from the railway ...