Hotel Triunfo Granada Sur
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... and Yuca Mashed with Rosemary
Iberico Pork Fillet with Stew Spinach's and Predo Ximenez
Wine Sauce Fried Veal Rolls (Flamenquin) Andalusia Style with Potatotes and Parsley and Garlic Sauce
Caramelized Chachipo, Nuts ice cream, Cake in Liqeur and Chocolate with Orange Sauce
(There is a photo of the Spanish version)
... Maroma. And even the flies are fewer in number here! The summit is at about 1277m - a little below the height of the other peak on the ridge, next to the Hoya del Toro. The ridge also continues westwards onto another peak but there's a big descent in between, which reinforces my guess that this one is the Tajo del Cabrero.
The walk back is hot and tiring, but there's a bonus - a sight of a large lizard, about 25cm long - and bright green!
... justice between the rich and poor. In America, we just think about Cuba and the USSR.
9. The weather. I don't want to go back to the humidity of Iowa! It is hot here--averaging 90 degrees--but it is also dry and windy so the shade is perfectly comfortable. Here, when we reach 40% humidity the people claim they are drowning. I laugh and say it's between 80-90% humidity during this time of the year in Iowa.
10. The language. Learning Spanish ...
... Frito, or fried fish. Located on the riverbank separating the city center from the side our hotel was on, the beauty of the river and the bridges connecting the two sides was quite a sight to see. We sat, ordered up some vino tinto, sangria, and the menú del día (two dishes, a drink, and a dessert). We ate, talked, and partied the night away.
Part two is the continuation of Sevilla on our second day there, along with our final day in Córdoba.
... and symmetric. The entrance to the palace began with a dismounting room (for dismounting from your horse) which included a water trough. The inner courtyard of the palace was a simply laid out courtyard with a central reflecting pool (the fountains were a 19th century addition – the Moors preferred the quieter sounds of water trickling or bubbling out of a fountain). The gardens in this palace were planted more than 600 years and are ...