Hotel & Spa Sierra De Cazorla
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While up once in the night, awoke with Keith's alarm c 0645. Ablutions and computer time filled the bill until 0730 brekkie.The coffee was brewed but rather weak. Tried a chorizo pate spread [whatever its name] along with some cheeses, meats and juices. Didn't want to eat a good deal as heading off on a walk.
Our very large sandwiches [3.5E] came and we prepped to set off. Everyone is coming along to my surprise. The steepest bits of the ...
Got up after 0600 for ablutions and some computer time. Still had to finish packing as we said adios to Cordoba today.
0730 brekkie was similar to yesterday. Another cup of coffee probably would have been a good idea [in addition to the two I had].
0845 set off to cross the Roman bridge as that is where we picked up Juan and our bus. He had driven in from Cazorla today. It was a 27 seater for 17 of us so plenty of room. There were a few stragglers as we set off a bit ...
... were banned from the restaurant at dinner time and were forced to eat in the bar - which, due to the constant movement of wedding guests - was like having a meal on the concourse at Waterloo station!. The food, however, was good. It was not until past 10pm that the wedding party sat down to dine and it wasn't until way after 4am that the music stopped. And then the doors started banging as the guests went to bed. We, however, got our own back ...
... and Juliet would roll past at any moment. We were sad that we had not stayed here as the hotels are gorgeous (getting here by train is complicated by the fact that the nearest station is 20kms away).
We we had a lovely lunch for a fraction of the price of yesterday's abomination and spent a happy (if rather hot) afternoon wandering happily around taking photos. Before we were ready it ...
... 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 ...