Hotel Caserio de Iznajar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Iznajar
... were more difficult. Barbara and I just plugged along - and we were happy to reach the top! :-). The Vuelta (pro bike tour in Spain) goes up this section so you know it has to be challenging!
It it was darn chilly there and we added some layers - continued downhill towards the next small town. (With a suggestion from Dean to,"watch the rumps on the bumps). I guess a previous client went down on one ...
After getting comfortable in Casa Eva and checking out the village we realized just how compact it was. Two supermarkets(very small),two bars on the main street, a school, a community pool(open in summer) and the rest is residential. Most shops close between 2pm and 5pm for siesta time and are closed on Sundays. It is common on Saturdays to see horses tied up at the bar around the corner from us, their riders enjoying ...
... Donkeys used to be the main mode of transport for villagers up and down the mountain but they gradually realised that they could make more money from posing for tourist pictures than they could from working the land. Hence the Mijas donkey taxis were born. The oral histories recounted in the museum did not romanticise village life at all. Their stories were all of backbreaking work from dawn till dusk and stark poverty. ...
I quote from the directions that David emailed to Jane:
"You are now on a narrow mountain road EXTREME CARE !!"
"YES you can drive up !!!! Get Phil to put it into first and race it !! "
Now I quote Jane:
"Oh bloody hell".
To all those who warned us about the steepness of the drive - yes, you were right. But despite the Pug having carried us and a veritable car load of ...
... the contrary to what we hear on news regarding its economy, etc) - by looking at how they are gearing towards the sustainable energy source, how organized their highway system is, how well their urban public transportation system is (Barcelona).
We drove further west, and then off to north towards Iznajar. Whoa! Endless hills with countless olive trees!!! I had read somewhere that the olive farms in Andalusia makes the largest forest here. It is really stunning. We had ...