Hotel Parque de Cazorla
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Still progressing to the next big cities we were trying to enjoy the country side. Unfortunately there was one principle crop along the way. Olive trees as far as the eye can see and not one yellow crested cockatoo or pink and grey galah in sight. Ubeda did have some interesting renaissance buildings but of course ...
... am not kidding! After a while of this we became a bit paranoid.
One of the highlights of this town, and of our trip so far, was a visit we paid to the Synagogue of Water. This was no ordinary place. The site has only been open to the public for about 5 years and was “discovered” by a prominent real estate developer as he was breaking ground on a parking lot. One thing lead to another and this magnificent place was resurrected from the ...
... particular reason because I found it even more attractive than Ubeda with a
center of public buildings including its Cathedral and old university almost
completely built in light colored stone in a very harmonious style. Although it
wasn’t apparent that I climbed quite a lot the ridge top location and 2,700
foot (800 meter) elevation of both Baeza and Ubeda make for a quite appealing
... Andy was lying in the road (as you do to get an artistic shot) and asked Lin to turn the headlights off. She promptly washed the screen. When asked nicely to do what she was told, she turned on the windscreen wipers. Failing to achieve the objective, and at the behest of her husband to try again, she turned on the fan!!! Finally, Andy got up from the prone position and sorted things out - and turned the lights off. (Lin didn't want Val ...
... curvy road up a mountain. Riding a bus up a mountain is not my favorite thing to do, but luckily I am not experiencing any nausea or dizziness. The views are spectacular with olive trees in every direction as far as the eye can see. This area is well known for their olive oil which is referred to as liquid gold.
We finally arrive at Cotto del Valle. The building sits hit on the hill and is brick with a Spanish style tile roof. The beautiful ...