Hotel el Postigo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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... We both ordered main courses we were not sure about. I had a local pork dish. While good, the whole meal was more than I needed. We discussed lots of travel topics in our very comfortable chairs. A cafe con leche finished things off [30E]. Need to hit an ATM machine in Granada. It was a sort of relaxed meal I will remember for a long time.
Back home c 2330, also later than I wanted to be. The blog will have to wait until manana.
... of the room to work on the blog.
Mucked around also with email and downloaded the days' pix, cross referencing things for the blog. It was almost 1900 by the time I was done. Time for a shower and ready for 1930 departure to head into town with John for beers.
Went first at the plaza to the mini-market to get water and Aquarius, the rehydration drink [1.75E]. Then to the Cafeteria Picasso for a couple of rounds. I had the tinto whatever [a red wine with lemon ...
A super camping spot amongst the trees, high up in the hills with bright sunlight, a cool breeze and amazing trees for shade and shelter. There is an excellent website for Despenaperros Natural Park, Andalucia with excellent information on the park that describes the area in which we are camping. Another and longer visit is planned! Surrounded by a superb group, a large group, of azure winged magpies, feeding on grasshoppers at the ...
... roads, we finally hit Tarmac again and rolled into Riobar for lunch. We were fortunate and found the only restaurant that was open and had a great lunch - the girls shared a salad, RL had pickled mussels (excellent) and the 'eagle' had liquefied pâté. We'll leave that to your imagination! BE had organised an after lunch excursion to the Mundo Falls (also known as the birth of the Mundo). This was just a few Ks outside the town ...
... crazy I know, but I have a lot of friends and family...) plus Washington Irving´s Tales of the Alhambra. We read one of his stories in class in Spanish, so I thought it would be cool to read the rest, especially since I´ve been to the Alhambra (though actually, I was just so releived to find a book in English that I prob would have bought A History of Toadstools it was in English). Reading in Spanish is nice and all, but when I want to relax, I have to read something in my native ...