Hotel Penon Grande
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Yesterday, we woke up at 6:30, and left the flat at 7. We then rode the subway to the train station and boarded our train from there. It was a 5 hour train ride. We got breakfast on the train. I slept most of the time, while Maile did her homework. When we finally got to Seville, we got our rental car, and tried to find our Segway tour place. It was normally a 5 minute drive, but my dad kept getting lost, ...
... cough. It would have been more of an adventure to go but I assuredly would have set back my sore throat by days.
Some of John's favourites are going: Slow Poke, Peter and Noel, Mr and Mrs Boring. It's 1000 and the walkers are still here. Shepherdess Elaine has now rounded up her flock of ten and they are off.
I set off before 1030, following the route suggested in the little map Elaine gave us. The description that follows mirrors my photographs.
... was another trip to Daver thereafter for another coffee and cake. This round was not as tasty as yesterday.
Back to the hotel to use the loo and then out to photograph the nearby Church of the Merced,
purportedly holding a hand of St Teresa of Avila, the co-founder of the Carmelite Discalced order for nuns. It seems somehow both batteries are dead. One must have registered a false positive; grr.
Noon departure delayed re taxis taking ...
10/5. Very quiet in the village in the mornings so decided to drive back to Ronda ,35 mins away and explore the old part of the city that we didn,t get to on our way through on Wednesday.
Lots of tourists in town. Must be something going on. Army dudes everywhere putting up barriers and shunting people all over the place. Never did find out what it was all about!
Thought about catching tourist train over mountains to Gibraltar but ...
6/5. Had a very pleasant train trip in spite it being an hour late leaving Barcelona and 2 hours late arriving in Granada. Very comfortable beds , we both slept most of the way and arrived very refreshed. After a very hairy taxi ride (more Inspector Clouseau stuff only in narrow cobblestone streets only wide enough for a little car -and we kept meeting buses coming down the hill!) Up the hill to our hotel. Lovely old building built around a courtyard with ...