Hotel El Patio
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... cold soup) of Red Cabbage with ice cream
Tartare of Rostins Aubergines and Pickled in Dill Salmon
Small Tomatoes Salad with Pickled Makerel fillet
Breaded and Fried King Prawns with soya Sauce Fried
Ravioli Stuffed with Mushrooms and Shrimps with Shellfish Sauce
Noodles of the Squids with Wild Rice and Garlic
Mayonnaise Cod ...
... nothing. But the ground isn't too difficult to cover. I continue along the ridge towards a stony peak in front. I can only assume that this is the Tajo del Cabrero, although it's far from certain that this assumption is correct, because I haven't got a map for this area. I reach the summit without too much difficulty - great views southwards over Lake Vinuela, westwards to the Alto de Fraile and El Chamizo and eastwards to the Sierra Nevada and, ...
... of 'political' themed graffiti. The political graffiti is fascinating, because it demonstrates the issues that are important to people my age. I saw a lot of "Verde Rebelde"--green rebel--and a lot of anti-fascism/capitalism messages. It is interesting how a country's history of government determines whether or not communism is taught as a social-economic system or an evil-dictatorship system--here communism is (sometimes) seen as honorable, as a way ...
... for Sevilla, had our walking tour, and new exactly what we wanted to do. Explore, eat, and drink.
Day 2 in Sevilla was a fantastic adventure, mostly because this city was so different than Granada. I felt like as beautiful and historic as Granada was, it was incredibly quiet compared to the hustle and bustle of Madrid, and the liveliness of Sevilla. That evening a few friends explored Calle Betis, where we were told was the best place to go ...
... Christians completely conquered Spain. We met a nice English couple who were also going to visit the Alhambra and chatted with them until we reached the palace. Upon picking up our pre-booked tickets, we started our tour at the upper end of the complex, in the Generalife Gardens.
This was the sultan’s summer palace and also the site of the complex’s fruit and vegetable gardens. As we approached the palace, the gardens on either side were ...
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