Posada de Jose Maria El Tempranillo
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... long decent! Not overly steep - really fun! We cycled up through a small village with a long section of "undulating roads." (We think that might be a British term! :-). Stopped to sample some pomegranates we found in a tree by the side of the road . . And headed off again . Dean said to watch out for a sharp hill with a bend in it - we have learned to watch out when Dean says anything is sharp - that means about 15 percent ...
... steep! You could even enjoy the scenery as you raced down the hill! Perfect way to finish up the ride!
Lunch was in the town of Iznajar, on the banks of a lovely lake! It was a cerveza/wine kind of lunch. We were finished riding - would van close to an hour to our destination. Most of us (excluding Tom, of course) were done with our bikes for the day. It was a perfectly wonderful day ...
... in the picture. Murray takes photos of the beach, the nearby headland, and the massive outlier of Penyal d'Ifac to the north. On the way back to the car, we look for the Roman Baths, but they are closed at this time of day, and the publicity photos don't make them look terribly exciting.
On the way home, we buy more pork tenderloin at the Dia Supermarket, but leave in our fridge for future consumption.
Sunday 14th June Expedition to Denia, via ...
... royalists. It was the heart of the free thinking that brought about Spain’s first constitution in nearby Cadiz in 1812 when the French and the monarchy were expelled, and it was the heart of the reprisals by Ferdinand VII on his return. Many republicans were killed here. The bad feeling continued right up to the days of the civil war, when again the town came out for the Republicans and fought fiercely with the ...
... lakes, we found many detours. At El Chorro, we crossed a bridge, which is also a hydroelectric dam, and drove into a town in the mountainside. An electric train runs through the mountains via tunnels at this point. Joan pointed out that this is where the Frank Sinatra WWII film, "Von Ryan's Express" was filmed. Tom and I had our picnic lunch, enjoying the views, before carrying on to the "Lakes".
A little further north, we stopped and saw a very ...