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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Spain in July, it's blazing hot - about 31C although it's still only just after 11.00am. My rucksack contains a camera, my GPS, a large bottle of water and almost nothing else. This doesn't look likely to be a long walk, irrespective of the state of my back.
It's a toss up whether to go west or east from here - east looks slightly more attractive, so that's my choice. The Via Verde is almost straight and climbs very, very gently, with a ...
... with all the negatives that implies, but we found a great lunch restaurant, which was a nice change from the pig's ears and stewed calamari bollocks tripe stuff we had to work around at some Toledo tapas bar- in desperation after the no-restaurant at the hotel.
We weren't feeling well to start with from this cough/headache thing with no appetite but trying to pick through plates of fried something or other in the dark (they don't start eating till around 9pm), took away ...
The white village Zuheros was our starting point for another opportunity to go hiking and enjoy Andalusia's springtime. The karst formations of the Sierras Subbeticas do not allow to rest your eyes - very interesting. We walked the road up in direction Cueva de los Murciélagos, then turned right, descended and returned to Zuheros in the Rio Bailón canyon. The the end of the canyon is a recreation area - perfect place for us to picknick.
... Cordoba on the edge of the Parque Naturale Sierras Subbéticas. Very nice apartment, great views of the valley from our room's panoramic windows. Weather has turned to **** as we arrived, 70 kmh winds with some rain, glad we aren't riding bikes today - hopefully tomorrow. Went out for a lovely dinner in Zuheros, right next to the Castille. We all had a lovely meal of local foods - Rob had a leg of baby goat, Tom had acorn fed suckling ...
... join them for their family’s New Year’s Eve celebration. Before joining them we
had a great dinner at an Italian restaurant. Once again lots of courses and
champagne and vino were involved. Typical Shragges. When we went downstairs to
ring in the New Year with the owners of the hotel we sat around their big table
and watched Spain’s version of Dick Clark and waited for the countdown with our
12 grapes. It is a Spanish tradition to eat ...