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... more! Had two bottles of wine and plenty of food (plus complimentary digestivos) for under 80 euros. Amazing quality of food for reasonable prices!
Today - the three of us who were leaving did a short hike and then headed back to check out and get themselves on the road to Granada. The rest of us started out with them and then added this long extension . . . So we headed up the ...
... the names of what we have enjoyed in this little place
mushrooms stuffed with cured ham and mango
little onions stuffed with beef and mustard
meatballs in sauce of almonds and saffron
pork loin with garlic and mushrooms
shoulder of Segureno lamb scented with Capiliera rosemary
Skewered chicken with citrus fruits and ginger
homemade pork sausage
slow roasted potatoes with peppers ...
... wrong, you would see the trail marker (in our case white and yellow) with a cross through it. Never seen that before . . . We met no other hikers on the path - which went up and down - waterfalls here and there - old crofter shacks here and there - really very beautiful!
Eventually, we reached Bubion - and we explored the town ...
... back from a wonderful lunch at a place right beside last nights dinner spot - El Fogon de Raquel Restaurante. Another wonderful find! We think this little plaza in Capileira has among the best dining anywhere we have ever been! Seriously! We had soups - today's garlic soup had a poached egg, a slice of toast toasted, some bacon pieces, and a few cloves of roasted garlic! Yum! We each had a cerveza, or a glass ...
... the Rio Naute. It only takes an hour to get to La Cebadilla. The village, now abandoned, was built in the 1950s to house the workers at the hydro-electric plant opened in 1957. In its early days, it had a population of 200 and a chapel and a school. Supplies were brought in by donkey. However, the workforce at the plant soon began to decline and so did La Cebadilla. No doubt somebody discovered the virtues of travelling to ...