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... before an Italian this evening recommended by the hotel whose restaurant was closed. Did I mention that already? Tomorrow we head south west to Malaga and the coast - the first time we will have seen the sea since Bilbao. To be honest, it was nice to have a day away from the 7 but we did rinse the dust off them today and smartened them up a bit so they'll look good in tomorrow's photos! Take care out ...
... hamman ancient bath house, the University & an example of an original Moorish ( Muslim) house were all open for free. We walked all through the original Jewish & Muslim areas - tiny winding alleys with block windowless houses. We saw some of the best examples of the carved walls and ceilings that we have seen. In the afternoon we spent some time on a hop on hop off small tram / train that ...
... up quite high above Alfarnatejo on a good track which seems to correspond roughly with something marked on my map. There are fine views across to the Alto de Fraile and back to El Chamizo, although the cloud hasn't yet cleared off the latter. Eventually the track splits and I sit down to consult the map again. It looks like this might be leading to a high point marked on the map (in the smallest lettering available) as "Vilo", ...
... park, easy and difficult. Somehow, we found ourselves navigating this prickly landscape
3. The location and views from our "hotel". In actuality, it was just a bed and breakfast and a glorious one at that. It was located between Sevilla and Granada, nestled into the valley with sweeping views of the mountains. My only wish is that we were there longer than 2 days!
... nothing. But the ground isn't too difficult to cover. I continue along the ridge towards a stony peak in front. I can only assume that this is the Tajo del Cabrero, although it's far from certain that this assumption is correct, because I haven't got a map for this area. I reach the summit without too much difficulty - great views southwards over Lake Vinuela, westwards to the Alto de Fraile and El Chamizo and eastwards to the Sierra Nevada and, ...