Barcelo La Bobadilla
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... exciting. We kicked ourselves for not returning the same way. Even though the roadways are excellent as reported previously- its just that they are carved out of the rock and looking over the edge is disconcerting.
Our second big drive was to Cordoba (Cordova), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, about 2 hours drive west and north from Triana through the foothills of the Sierra Morena mountains, one of the largest ...
... options. Long story short after a restless sleep we decided to leave Vine Ridge Retreats. David kindly drove me down to the road and Don followed behind. Not an easy drive for me. David, who also manages properties for other Brits in the area was able to arrange a rental in the village of Triana much lower down the mountain. It suits us well and we are just 15 minutes from the beach and the city of Velez- Malaga with its ...
We had a lovely few days with our friends Michael and Linda ( she is also our house, garden and post monitor extrordinaire) . They arrived just over a week ago, on Sunday morning.
Just before we popped out for lunch in the square we stood on the downstairs balcony soaking up the fabulous view and pointing out various landmarks such as 'possessed dog village' and the mountain we haven't climbed . We noticed a small ...
... diesel and filling the gas tank, we hooked up the car and tied the boards on with string around the boot. We drove about 5 km and stopped to see if they were still in place. They were and didn’t move the entire journey.
Our destination was Humilladero, an hour west of Granada – a journey of around 400 km. We picked this site as it is about an hour’s drive (in the car) from Seville, ...
La Corona is the peak which forms the eastern side (or right hand side if you're looking at it from below) of the "gateway" at Ventas de Zafarraya. It's a steeply-climbing road which comes up from Velez Malaga, but as you pass through the gateway at Ventas (which is a narrow notch in a wall of rocky cliffs), you can emerge onto a flat agricultural plain which extends around the north side of Maroma towards Alhama de Granada.
It's a pretty grotty ...