Hotel La Paz
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... the 23/24 June.
We visited a good crag out at Elda which faces south east which meant we could get out there at about 4pm and climb in the shade until it got dark.
The coastal area also has a number of salt marshes and bird reserves. Managed to see some different birds including a Glossy Ibis and Whiskered Turn but was too hot and the wrong time of year to see much more.
A lot like the UK the Spanish like their ...
... who executed the work between 1900 and 1903, to assume responsibility for the selection of materials to use. They hired some of the best craftsmen of the period (painters, carpenters, blacksmiths, etc.) expressly brought from their homelands.
Section and plan of the house ...
... was a bit worried that I wasn't dressed warmly enough but a few minutes later we actually drove through the clouds to a higher spot and into bright sunshine!
We've enjoyed walking in this area before and the views really are spectacular. The first part is along a high ridge up to a small chapel and then on toward a fire lookout. Then we turned to go over the ridge and began the downhill ascent to walk along a rocky ...
... we finish and if we drive home we will be too late to grab a lunch at a local restaurant so it's fun to stop and try someplace new.
On this occasion we found a spanish restaurant on the edge of Sax. It was typical, a bar with a very sophisticated coffee machine, lots of tables along the edges of the room and a waitress and chef running the whole operation. We asked for the menu del dia and Lars ...
... temperatures and we really didn't miss the sun.
It was a nice group...we were fairly evenly match for pace and everyone took turns walking in pairs with the others so that we could talk and get to know one another. Of course for me as the "newbie" it was nice to get a chance to meet all of them in this casual way.
As we walked we could see the low rain ...