Cigarral El Bosque
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It's a fairly cloudy morning as I leave Frigiliana with a 500km drive ahead of me - in an Opel Corsa, which isn't all that good at going up hills. There was a massive thunderstorm last night and everywhere is looking distinctly damp. The route starts with a drive eastwards along the coastal motorway to Motril, before turning northwards towards the Sierra Nevada and Granada. I've done this bit many times before. The Sierra Nevada have obviously been hit by the same storms ...
Our arrival in Toledo last night was heralded by thunder and lightning, but we managed to jump on a bus and find our hotel before it started to rain. We decided to eat at a restaurant close by just in case the weather got worse - and it did. We were entertained with a fantastic display of lightning and thunder. We ran all the way home (just like the little piggies did), with water cascading all around us, but fortunately we were only ...
... of hills. The river Tagus curves around the village on three sides. This meant that the village was very defensible. We think that this is the reason this area has been inhabited for thousands of years. It also means that almost every street is either uphill or downhill and none of the streets are straight so finding your way around even with a map is challenging.
Susan was taking a picture of a church when she dropped her camera. It is toast now. She has ...
... or even look at the menu. Frederik just told them what to bring for the table and at least five different dishes came out, and all were amazing. It’s certainly not the type of food I’m used to eating, especially while traveling and keeping the budget down, but it was excellent.
The dishes included pork with a scallop on top, octopus served with potatoes, sliced pork with tomatoes, pate covered in crushed ...
We then drove back to our modern and nice hotel.
All good. Shlomo took us out for dinner to the only Kosher restaurant in
Madrid. The meat/kabobs there was amazing but the service was so
intentionally bad it was laughable. No side dishes just meat and a scowl
if you asked for anything. The guy almost kicked us out cause Max added
ketchup. The meat was amazing and Pini really enjoyed ...