Aracena Park Hotel & Spa
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Olvera was a failure yesterday, not only did it rain but the bike rental on the Via Verde de la Sierra was closed. Left Arcos this morning, it was a nice little town and a great view from our apt but we had enuf of the mizzle and the roosters. We travelled past Sevilla up in to the mountains on the way west to Portugal. Found a quaint little town to stay in called Cortegna. It has a great little Castille on its hilltop that we walked up to and went through. Time for a beer and ...
... in our case self guided tour of the caves, we went for afternoon drinks before returning to the room t prepare for another tapas dinner.
We had our tea at the Rancon de Juan Restaurant, a tapas bar recommended by the hotel. All I can say is that tapas is definitely the way to go in Spain. The food is exemplary (especially the sea food for that matter), the food varies and gives you a chance to eat a bit of everything, and it ...
... tested. From up on high looked down onto rivers and plains. Most of the Spanish countryside is arid. After this we were feeling less than inspired and decided best option was to return to Seville for last night. Booked into the Becquer again but our room was not up to previous standard. Throughout the night the air conditioner did not appear to be working, Wifi did not work in our room and shocking pillows so neither of us slept well. Did last round of shops, bought ...
... as they were near Charles. He told us that their annual rainfall is 60 inches. We have regretted that we did not stay for another night at his establishment as it has been the most superior accommodation we have had and he has been the most generous of hosts, from an upper class English background, said he is a descendant of Wordsworth, to some he would seem a frightful bore but we quite liked him. Back to bar for a few reds and a plate of tomatoes and one of ...
... time to catch a bus to Cordova. Went and collected our gear from hotel and then went to collect hire car and set off for Aracena. Finally got onto right road and mad our way through more farming country, gradually rising to more timber, but still pretty arid. Trying to find accommodation with unreliable Internet. Eventually drove into posada, more than intended to spend but very comfortable room run by English gentleman Charles. Down to village of Alajar for dinner, ...