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... of the list was packed with Spanish families....goes to show, the tourists go to some places and the natives to others...Hope we get to try that one before we leave!
The one we did try was delicious. It's a steak place and part of their menu, off of which we ordered, is stone cooking done by the diner at the table. Since most of the beef we've seen here is cooked to death, and both of us like ours medium rare, we opted for the stone cooking. We each cooked ...
... trip into Nerja after a shop at Supersol, a much improved shop after new competition nearby! Then into town and to La Ermita, still a bit scruffy, but low priced beer, no tapas though and a bit rude!! Back along the road to lunch at the cliff top just past Campong Nrja and then a drive to the Cueve de Nerja and we parked and walked along the track to the 'picnic area'. All very ...
... his son was stepping up as next in line. Apparently that brought out the contingent that would like to get rid of the royals altogether. Nygil is schooled in wine tasting and was interested in checking out what this new bar had. It was a cool place and Nygil first brought three glasses of white wine to try. Then we tried four reds and the owner brought us some yummy tapas with it. We had fun talking and tasting the wines. About 11:30 pm we came back to the hotel and in for the ...
... the food is delicious. For main course Fraser had stewed bull’s tail and I had sea bass and chorizo tagliatelle. It was gorgeous. The main attraction though was the view from our table; we sat looking straight across the Albaicin valley at the Alhambra that was lit up. As we hadn’t booked we were extremely lucky to get a terrace seat with the view as many reviews said they were not able to but it ended up being a perfect end to our day and a great way to finish our stay in ...
Today I had the realization that we go home in two and a half weeks. Time has flown by! I am definitely enjoying the short sabbatical, but at the same time I feel like there is so much more to see! Perhaps the 3 hour long siestas (No, I do not SLEEP that long just chill out) need to be shortened so I can see more of the city I have spent so much time in already. Its just so hard to get up and get out when I know its sweltering hot and the sun is beating down. I will do it ...