Hotel La Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the view if we didn't have the remainder of the town to see.
We debated going into the main church but once we went in and listened to the the audio tour, it proved we made the correct decision.
At one point we were looking down over the gorge and saw a walkway far below us so we decided to walk down and find that walkway. Again, we were so happy with our decision. By doing so we walked over the old bridge which was built in the 17th century and which gave ...
... once trying to find the Calle Arabe. Eventually got to the Fuente Abajo, a fountain possibly of Visigoth origin. I was soon back up to the starting square. By the time I got back to the room it was after 1315.
Down to the fireplace room to download pix. Noel came along. She somehow thought I was a professional photographer when I mentioned doing coffee table books.
John was back by 1400, hungry as usual, deservedly so for his morning climb. He thought there were ...
... 45 minute white knuckle journey! We were relieved to reach the other side but very happy to have experienced such amazing scenery.
In Zahara (a small village of 1500 people), our small 4 bedroom hotel has a view overlooking a pristine lake. From here the town ascends above us in terraced narrow streets at least 150 metres straight up. There are several small plazas on flat ground at different elevations that provide stunning views to the lake and ...
... s arms with scarlet poppies and barley grasses. Lizzie has introduced me to ash glazes, and needs two immense dustbins of ash carefully sieved and washed. What could be a daunting and dull job turns out to be a meditative and peaceful process and I am excited and curious to learn each stage. The heat is intense and we literally melt come noon. So we're starting work at 8am and enjoying a couple of cool hours. But the enforced rest in the afternoon is ...
... we went to Manilva to go to the Vodaphone shop to recharge the wifi dongle but all the shops were closed, some public holiday - so manyana....... We have enjoyed going to the local port, Duquesa, and sitting in Griffins bar with a beer or coffee and watching the world go by whilst checking e-mails etc on their free wifi. Yesterday, 16th, we went to Gibraltar, we were advised by local ex-pats not to drive into Gib but to take the bus or car ...