Hotel Molino del Arco
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the view if we didn't have the remainder of the town to see.
We debated going into the main church but once we went in and listened to the the audio tour, it proved we made the correct decision.
At one point we were looking down over the gorge and saw a walkway far below us so we decided to walk down and find that walkway. Again, we were so happy with our decision. By doing so we walked over the old bridge which was built in the 17th century and which gave ...
... of decaf before heading down the street for dinner to a place the hotel recommended. What a great place...all locals and us. Good cheap food, despite the fact that we still don't understand how to order and both of us ordered the same dinner whereas, we could have shared one plate with no problem because the size of the portions is so large. Wine price was right...1€. Can't beat ...
... second brekkie and got a sandwich for the road.
Tried the lobby computer. Entering 'm' was a bit odd but eventually able to email home. I passed on to Colin and even the Beast about my furnace-like room for a distinct lack of feeling chipper. You know if I am chatting to the Beast something must really wrong. Had also suggested to Colin some of Elaine's recommendations had been soso at best ie Leandro's restaurant in Cazorla and the Taberna ...
... was parked here for the day! Brad asked some locals for a recommendation for lunch and we ended up Restaurante Avenida – a very authentic, no gringos in sight kinda place. The owner Carmen proved to be a charmer. She spoke in rapid fire Spanish, no menu only her suggestions. We had no clue what we were getting (outside of some fish and potatoes) but it proved to be quite good. We had a mixed salad, and a plate of various kinds ...
... town surrounding the Puente Nuevo still shows signs of the old city known as La Ciudad. We continued through the old city and walked the 231 steps deep into a water mine beneath the gardens of La Casa Del Rey Moro and saw the views from the river below. The mine was constructed by the Islamic settlement as a means to provide water to the city while under siege. You could see arrow slits and lookout areas ...