Hotel La Seguiriya
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... we head out for some tapas . It's been quite a day of biking! Woke up to cool temps with clouds in the sky. Been awhile since we've been greated by anything but sun. We rather liked that gig! :-). However - it is what it is and you have no choice but to have a good attitude and just go with it . . . Dean informed us that the rain was not supposed to start until noon or so - so we'd get at least part of our ...
... the place and she will be exhibiting in Granada this weekend. The other woman is a mom and who knows what else. Her husband helps out as well. They are very friendly and easy to be around. We love these small intimate places!
Tom opened his one present - a can of asparagus (Tom loves asparagus!) plus some Dove chocolates straight from Maine! We published the blog and shared today's pictures ...
... the beautiful scenery . . . Then, it was a nice gentle climb - with loads of sheep to keep us company. Fun to hear the tinkling of the bells and the plaintive cries of the baby lambs looking for their mothers . .
And then - of course, a nice long descent into town for a spot of lunch!
Dave and I have discovered the perfect cycling lunch - we share a bocadillo, which is a baguette sandwich - ...
This is the one time where we stay at a hotel for two nights (and where the restaurant is closed). Early breakfast so we could get to the Alhambra (by taxi) at a relatively early time to a) beat the crowds and b) get the cool part of the day. In the main we achieved both although I have to report that the dreadful Chinese have infiltrated Spain! Regarding the Chinese, there were several characters. Firstly a ...
A short drive away from the lake, we learned about a river that has deeper wading pools. It is said to be remote and not well-known, even by many local people. So off we go exploring. Taking the lake around the lake we find La Resinera which is a natural park of Andalucia. We see the river and a few people parked along the river. We want to find some area of the river that might look deeper and without any people so we drive up ...