Casa Rural Carmen
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... and a chicken stew thing. We are so over eating and drinking but despite intentions not to, we do it again each time. Had another wine recommended by the waitress, Lenora, who is now our best friend. She says that we should open a Spanish restaurant in Australia and she will come and manage it. She is great at recommending wines and sherries to match the food. She double kisses us all goodbye and gave us the last drink, a Moscato on the house. Very lovely ...
... and covered with gold so a photo would have been nice.
By the time I finished my tour of the Church it was about 17:00 and I was starting to think about dinner. One of the other tour members and I had a look at the Sevilla restaurant next to the Church, but it didn’t look like it was even open. I decided to go on my own to find something, and continued back towards Plaza Nueva, where I stopped at one of the restaurants there.
... as it will stain your pants as we can attest. We wondered why the rocks were so shiny in some areas. We met a family from New Orleans who got stung by bees so maybe we were lucky with the resin after all.
We found the red licorice-looking candy that I have loved since Venice back in town. It is strawberry flavored.
During siesta, we got to facetime our girls and even the granddaughters!! Then we went out ...
... doesn't come home today, it will be Monday. In Spain, there aren't doctors on the weekends. There have been strikes going on since August with regards to healthcare and it's really hard to get in to have surgery or see a doctor. Some people have been waiting since the summer to have surgeries! As long as it's not life threatening, you go on a waiting list. We think that's why Marcos got called in on such short notice.
We've also started running again this week! The food ...
... juicy peaches, so all was not lost. Tonight we cooked delicious little sardines. They take only seconds to cook, and are very tasty. Not like some huge ones we were served in a restaurant in Lisbon some years ago (do you remember that, Lauren and Ted??).
Tomorrow we visit Granada.