Parador de Antequera
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... steep slopes of a hill overlooking a river valley below. This town has a distinctly poorer feel than previous towns, with a mix of old and new architecture. But with evening approaching, the streets are coming back to life again, which is nice to see. As I look for a way up to what looks like a castle perched on a huge boulder right in the middle of town, I find myself in a shabby neighbourhood where a couple of tough looking fellows sitting in front of a house ...
... hot and decided to take a dip in the pool. It was so refreshing after being in the hot sun. Tim and I then decided to get some groceries and I made Pasta with a mushroom alfredo sauce together with some left over turkey from an earlier meal as well as some broccoli.
I also took some shots of the flowers around our building but will post those ...
... for a friend and was successful (we hope).
For lunch we enjoyed Swarma which was really good. We then wandered around the mall for a bit - the clothes here are sized a lot smaller then back in North America. If someone was to where a medium I would say here they would where more like a large or even an xlarge.
We headed back home and later we went for dinner. I can't remember where at this time.
... br> For supper we headed out with Bev and Time for a drive south to Calahonda (a few minutes down the highway) to an interesting food court restaurant type area. We had really yummy italian this place. I would go there again!
After dinner (which we had gone to at 6:00 but most restaurants start to get busy at 7:30) we came home and since it was only 8:30 we enjoyed Wine, Tea and snacks on the Terrace while playing a crazy game of
... Palm Sunday processions, because they were still going on about 6 hours later. The entire city was a zoo. The streets were more crowded than anywhere I've ever seen before, save for perhaps New York City. Children ran around banging drums, playing plastic trumpets (which make dying animal sounds, by the way) and waving the Spanish flag. The adults mostly had palm fronds bent into the shape of the cross pinned onto their jackets.