Hotel Rural Noguera de la Sierpe
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... roads, we finally hit Tarmac again and rolled into Riobar for lunch. We were fortunate and found the only restaurant that was open and had a great lunch - the girls shared a salad, RL had pickled mussels (excellent) and the 'eagle' had liquefied pâté. We'll leave that to your imagination! BE had organised an after lunch excursion to the Mundo Falls (also known as the birth of the Mundo). This was just a few Ks outside the town ...
We got up somewhat later today and hung around the hotel until we finally got ourselves together and headed for the bus station. Baeza is a 45minute journey from Jaen on the Alsa bus. It was a very straightforward journey but we did arrive at the hottest part of the day (38 degrees in August!) we took some time finding the way into town as for some reason no one EVER signposts the town centre from ...
... rare, at least until Mike came across one on a curve and managed to scuff the front number of a local's Seat. With no ability to communicate, we finally managed to convince the local inhabitant that no damage was done to his car by furiously rubbing at the deposited that Mike's LHS pannier had left on his bumbler. Following that the road turned to dirt and we ...
... on top of a hill overlooking olive groves as far as the eye can see, has very narrow streets and an old castle dating back to the 13th century. We had a Gin and Tonic in town with the locals watching bullfighting on TV and a couple of young people arrived on horseback and got served their drinks and Tapas on horseback before riding off. We stayed at the Hotel Palacio de las Manillas with it's stone walls and courtyard where we ate dinner and ...
... baseball and also one about couchsuring and hope that some of these people will one day "couch surf" at my place in Clearwater.
On Friday, our last day, Rachel and Jez conduct the closing ceremonies and present certificates of completion to the Spaniards and thank you certificates to the Anglos. Some of us say a few words...others are too choked up to speak. Tears are flowing and emotions run high. During this week we have formed incredible ...