Parador de Arcos de la Frontera
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... is somewhat precarious because of the narrow roadway and sharp drop off. One area of the road was narrower still because part of the outer edge of the road had collapsed! But the scenery cannot be beat which makes getting to the town somewhat anticlimactic -- it's about the journey, not the destination.
A quick trip back to Arriate, and a couple of cocktails with our host John, at the Arriadh, in time to watch a beautiful sunset.
... mates. RUDE! Do you mean to tell me he can’t disconnect for an hour and enjoy a meal and dinner guests? If he doesn’t like the conversation, send it on another path. I can’t abide cell phone addiction. He would stare at his phone, scroll up and down reading nothing. Clearly his important email, twitter feed or facebook news feed had yet to be updated! WHATEVER! Yes…I admit it…I’m judging him!
Now off to ...
... we had headed west towards Gibraltar and then up into the mountains to Castellar de Frontera, which was a delight.
The original medieval village was and still is set inside a large castle on a hill, and later the town expanded into a nearby valley which was flooded by a dam in the 1970's, causing a ...
... Grande, owned and run by Elena (who is on holiday right now in Barcelona) sits right on the cliff of Arcos de la Frontera. I say "it's a gold mine" and Toren reminds me "until it falls of the cliff"!! From our room, we can see to the East, South and West - probably somewhere from 75-100 miles. We look down at orange groves, with trees lined neatly like soldiers. I'm sitting now in the patio area, where breakfast ...
... which was also beautiful and so beautiful, in fact, that I am going to look up information about the university there and if they have what I want, I might transfer. I also might transfer anyway to the University of Granada anyway (also down South), but that's another story for another day. Jeréz is sort of small (smaller than Madrid anyway), which is what I liked about it. It was nice ...