Balneario San Andres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and not being spanish enough we parked at that level and walked UP. After getting to the top the woman at the ticket office said it would have been fine given quiet. It was a bit different as it had been set up to mimic castle life - in places.
As both of us have joints feeling more of the regular walking and climbing we are assuring ourselves that it is improving things. Now to cut down the nice food and ...
While up once in the night, awoke with Keith's alarm c 0645. Ablutions and computer time filled the bill until 0730 brekkie.The coffee was brewed but rather weak. Tried a chorizo pate spread [whatever its name] along with some cheeses, meats and juices. Didn't want to eat a good deal as heading off on a walk.
Our very large sandwiches [3.5E] came and we prepped to set off. Everyone is coming along to my surprise. The steepest bits of the ...
Got up after 0600 for ablutions and some computer time. Still had to finish packing as we said adios to Cordoba today.
0730 brekkie was similar to yesterday. Another cup of coffee probably would have been a good idea [in addition to the two I had].
0845 set off to cross the Roman bridge as that is where we picked up Juan and our bus. He had driven in from Cazorla today. It was a 27 seater for 17 of us so plenty of room. There were a few stragglers as we set off a bit ...
... all the plaudits for disasters!) The roads were straight and fast to start with and we made very good time. We did this until 11.45 when, what had been superb fast Tarmac SUDDENLY disintegrated into broken, potholed, gravel strewn tracks! When queried over the radio whether Adrian had checked this road on Street View, he lied and said that it had deteriorated since. In fact it had clearly been like it for the last 50 years! After 40k of these ...
Today we cut out of Granada after a simple breakfast of toast with mashed tomato on top. Alex had done a job on the route map over night and a simple 200 K run turned out to be a major effort up in the mountains covering more than 40 K of forestry tacks. After traversing some rich farmland, we found ourselves winding through narrow country lanes. Fellow ...