Hotel Castillo Lanjaron
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... to tourist stuff, many restaurants would just "phone it in" and serve up over-priced slop, but this place actually made an effort. A dash of balsamic artfully striped on the edge of the spaghetti dish. Chili flakes and parmesean dusting the rim of my plate. We've developed a loose set of "rules" around soft drinks and desserts for the girls. On paper, the rules state that they can have one of each per day, and they need to choose whether to have it at lunch or at dinner. ...
... with views of snow capped moountains and vistas down to the ocean and across to white villages.
Rode for 6+ hours to get to David and Chris's place. Greeted by a cold beer, then another and another. Lots of good conversation and stories around ...
... that Sib took a picture of it. Fr. Joe had a tapas to start, which was an eggplant croquette, lightly fried, of which he shared a taste with us. His second course was the same egg and zucchini dish that I had - all this for all of us, combined with some delicious bread and olive oil…Father was right…we "won" lunch today!
A little adventure for us afterward, though…we wound our way through ...
... of the Klu Klux Klan - who's misses have accidently put their white robes in the washing with her red underwear - banging a drum, we thought -What better time to take a trip 'doon south' to the city of Granada with the team! Mid March and the weather was still lingering in between borderline Pish and Spring, with the sun being bullied by clouds and the warm temperatures being kept in check by what I was told were unusual Spanish showers ...
... It is considered to be one of the most beautiful Cathedrals of Spain.
After our visit to the cathedral we explored the narrow streets and alleys of Granada. We found a restaurant that served us a great meal and the waiter insisted that we try some caramelized vodka shooters. Okay, we tried several, and then it was time to catch the bus back to our hotel. Tomorrow we will visit Alhambra, one of the most important attractions of ...