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We arrived yesterday & promptly found the cheapest pension, which is fine. When I first started travelling, I knew that Lonely Planet would be the best bet for me. However, in the past two years or so I've started to reconsider, and now--well, I don't know that I'd buy another one. There has been a lot of criticism of LP in the past five years …
We had some time to explore southern Spain from Granada. We took a bus from Granada to Cordoba and then on to Sevilla. Southern Spain is hot this time of year with temperatures between 90-100F daily. It is also beautiful with fields of olive trees, vineyards, citrus trees, windmills and solar panels between these major cities. Both cities are …
This morning we took the bus south from Granada to Cordoba which took just over 2 hours. The bus ride was very grey and fogging in parts, but it was interesting to see all of the olive groves. Olive oil production in this area seems to be very prevalent as indicated by the number of tours that you could go on.
After arriving in the drizzle …
Weather: 35º C and Sunny
But the other things we wanted to go to were not. Unfortunately we trusted the times printed in the travel guides we have for open hours and although they were the 2013 editions they were in error. It has not been that bad until today and in future we will check with the Tourist Information Centres; the ones we can find anyway.
First off though we headed for our breakfast haunt full of ...
March 9th 2013
The little matter of packing
We are about to finish packing and set off. Last items - clothes - there is a slight problem. Additional clothes have been bought by Señor y Señora during the stay but the space to store them has remained the same. There is a minor argument about the amount of clothing required but I'll let you, the reader, be the judge of who may require and demand more space. Señora suggests ...
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Not a bad place at all. Heat if you need it in the winter; very clean. The guy who works there speaks very, very clear Spanish. The roof patio was also pretty swell. Nothing special, but nice enough. And seriously cheap for this town, too.
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