Hosteria del Laurel
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... side and am rewarded with a great view. But now I need to find a way to the bottom, so I can take a videoclip with this monastary as a backdrop. It takes me a while before I finally find a stairway down to the rest of the town far below. Light is quickly fading and the video clip is a bit dark, but at least I got it. Lower San Juan is a tight, cozy old town with interesting colourful tiled buildings. To the left is a long path along the river and to the right is ...
... a magnificent building.
the Cathedral is the largest in the world, and the Tobacco factory is now part of the University.
We didn't get back till 7.30pm, and everything is shut in Mollina so eventually 6 of us found a place for dinner.
... you lovely views
over the city. We strolled around a little, ventured into the old Jewish quarter and then proceeded to try and find a bus stop back to Gelves. We failed miserably so had to take a taxi which compared to Portugal was really quite expensive.
Saturday 30 May 2015
We are running short of supplies so headed for the nearest main supermarket. A bit of a
long (especially as its hot) ...
... he was 2M away, I headed to the square as she suggested people wait inside where it was warmer; Pansies I! Eventually the lemmings headed down. It started to rain. When Elaine said some could take shelter near an ATM, Emma, Peter, Slow Poke and Wide Load moved quickly; Pansies II!
A half hour plus late we headed off, the first 20M rather slow on the narrow, twisting road. Of the two small towns, I enjoyed Grazalema more as I saw most of ...
Saturday snapshot I'm so behind in my blog, and I promise I am working on catching up, but we've had a pretty perfect day, one of our last in Spain, and I just had to capture it. Ready to head out by 10am, looking for a cafe to have our regular morning 'dos espressos, por favor', and then visit the Cathedral. The Sevilla cathedral is the largest gothic cathedral in all of Christendom. I also looked forward to climbing the Giralda tower (which was once the minaret of the old ...