Hotel Ruta del Sauce
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... so dinner was included, the menu was varied and included a lot of "cocina regionale" promoting the locally sourced produce, which in the case of this parador, included a lot of game. Our drive through the Sierra from Cazorla to the pardor took us past a huge herds of goats and sheep crossing the road, a large wild deer, some rabbits and a very strange donkey sized dog with a foxes tail attached to his rear?? Which we were intent on sampling ( apart from the dog!) we asked ...
... I took my parents up the less steep hill rather than the one I take to get to work.
We passed by the subdelegation government building where I spent so much time struggling to get my NIE. Across from this was the main central park, which we decided to go through on the way back. We found an ATM that dispensed out Alhambra tickets from Granada nearby, with the help of a man who worked there who received many "muchas gracias"'s from dad.
... thanks" to "good!". It's not much, but the fact that they're actually copying how we speak is at least some indication that they're listening in the first place.
Anyways, I just got a call from my parents that they are in the hotel in Jaen! So I will upload some pictures quickly and head over to see them! More to come on that, but rest assured that they are here safe and sound and haven't taken a wrong turn and ended up on a ferry to Sudan.
... shot 128 Nationalist prisoners the next day. Thousands more were forced to flee the city, where their homes had been destroyed. Not a happy time.
Today, Jaen is home to 117,000 people, making it 2.5x bigger than La Crosse, 10x bigger than Verona, 13x bigger than Sparta....but exactly half the size of Madison.
Jaen's "claim to fame" is its olive trees. Jaen as known as the "World Capital of Olive Trees", One can find ...
... a noodle and paddling back and forth for 30 minutes.