Hotel La Tartana
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... Tried two different restaurants on the front now, both very different and both really good (food, drink and value). Wanted Sunday dinner, but ended up with Pork escalope, fries and carrots (we did ask for potato and veg!!!), oh well at least it was really good.
Long bike ride on day 2, now the wind has dropped, followed by a walk along the beach. An evening resting our feet followed on.
It would appear around here, siesta time is whenever ...
... walk from Acebuchal, a small village just the other side of El Fuerte from Frigiliana, which was itself forcibly evacuated during the troubled times. Chris, Jim and I manage to get a fairly early start and are soon making good progress up the barranco on a fine but cool morning. It's not long before we're passing another ruined Venta, the Cebollera, following which there's a steady climb to a col called Puerto Blanquillo, where we're able to ...
... up and down - and it's becoming quite a warm day after a cold start).
The gradient is quite gentle at first, but there are frequent stops for photographs. Many of these are of the weird landscape, which features some spectacular rock towers and some sculpted "badlands". But there are also several attempts to take a decent photo of one or more of the many cabra montes (ibex) which are roaming the slopes. They seem to be ...
... until you remember the contrast at home.
South-east of Granada lies the Sierra Nevada, Spain’s highest mountain massif, and beyond that to the south a number of valleys known as Las Alpujarras which were one of the last areas inhabited by the Moors. After the Castilians took over Granada in 1492, the city’s Moors were required to convert to Christianity, but some fled to the more remote villages in the hills. However, tensions between ...
Well, La Herradura is this little town about sixty kilometers east of Marbella, and is home to the Northern Europeans who flock to Southern Spain in search of Summer relief. When we got there, it was just starting to heat up and the restaurants were not too crazy yet. Every night, for appetizers, my family and I would order fresh muscles cooked in salt water. Some of the most amazing foods I've ever ...