Casa Rural El Olivar
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Travel Blogs from Iznajar
... how foolish that may have looked. His selfless actions and that basket spoke more eloquently than any words of the wise. When as a pilgrim you visit his museum in Granada you will see one of the baskets he carried with him. It may be battered and worn by its many past burdens but it endures as a reminder of a man who gave his whole being in the service of others. It silently reminds the reflective viewer that it is ultimately our acts ...
... day to Granada. Instead we reached this lovely town of 30 churches, a lovely neo classical hotel and top food. This has instantly reinforced our love of Spain.
This would be worth a few days sty to explore and relax. Once again the warm evening was perfect for outdoor dining below the backdrop of a floodlit church and old city ...
... smelled like in Whistler!) and fields were with mountain flowers. It's funny to see that when you are in so south! We unfortunately didn't have time to explore the area, but would love to do some hikes in the area next time. Oh, and we saw so many wind turbines, and also a field of solar panels generating steam power. Overall, we didn't expect to see so many alternative energy sources in this country. As Greg said today, his impression of Spain is that it is a very advanced ...
... westwards across the gateway. There ought to be a fine view eastwards too, towards Maroma, but unfortunately it's completely blotted out by swirling cloud. I'll have to come back on a better day.
There's enough shelter from the wind just below the summit to enable me to eat lunch here, and then it's downwards, going east at first and then doubling back on a lower level towards Ventas. The route finishes with a flat walk along the old ...
... seeing all the places we have visited before not to mention going 'walkies' with Max.
Not forgetting visiting the 'rels'. It's always nice seeing Barbara and Graham again and visiting some of the tapas bars there too.
I was introduced to a new medicine called Amaretto :) As soon as we got to Spain I got a cold. My aunt gave me this wonderful small glass of Amaretto and it may not have instantly cured my cold but who cared!!! I was happy! lol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking