Hotel Parque de Cazorla
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... Campocruz [3.5E] were not good signs.
Cuvea de Juan Pedro was a restaurant near the Santa Maria church. We were hoping for tapas but decided to stay to share a bottle of wine plus a cheeseboard appetizer and have main courses. The place looked like a former home. John thought the wine prices were very low. While the place did not have the one on the menu, the replacement was not too bad if a cut below the Emilio Moro 2011 from last ...
... of the room to work on the blog.
Mucked around also with email and downloaded the days' pix, cross referencing things for the blog. It was almost 1900 by the time I was done. Time for a shower and ready for 1930 departure to head into town with John for beers.
Went first at the plaza to the mini-market to get water and Aquarius, the rehydration drink [1.75E]. Then to the Cafeteria Picasso for a couple of rounds. I had the tinto whatever [a red wine with lemon ...
... was very nice. One drawback was that it was very long. The second drawback was that the road around two sides of it was very twisty. The third drawback was that we kept getting caught in traffic which was driving incredibly slowly. RL is not the most patient of people and it was necessary to undertake a few 'aggressive' overtakes! Finally we arrived at our hotel which was, literally, in the middle of nowhere. Reception were somewhat surprised to ...
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 ...
... The Infrastructure is fantastic, wind farms are everywhere even solar farms pop up regularly not to mention the roads and high speed railway lines. OK, financially it may be a different story at the moment, but that can be rectified while Australias lack of forward planning is scary.We planned to stop over in Baeza but because of roadworks we never realised we were in Baeza until we saw the exit sign for the town. So we decided to just continue ...