Hotel Posada de Valdezufre
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... back on my own again it’s back to mini-breakfasts and sometimes skipping dinner….and maybe less wine too. Maybe!
Our departure by minibus from Posada del Castano was early on Saturday morning, dropping all members of the group off at Seville Airport exactly one week after we met there. I made my way back to Seville’s train station for the approximately one hour and 100 mile trip to Cordoba, my next ...
Yet again the weather was not particularly cooperative and “The
Rain in Spain……..” struck again. Our host/guide Craig laid out some
alternatives to the 18 km (11 mile) loop hike we were scheduled to undertake on
what was forecast to be a very showery day, but the consensus was to do our
long hike as planned and promised. I consider Colorado home, a place where it
rarely rains for very long and people generally pass on ...
... the British-style village built for the mining companies’ British (mostly Scottish) managers and engineers, plush with tennis courts, a Presbyterian Church, and one of the homes preserved as a museum of the British way of life in the Spanish mines.
Dinner was back in Castano del Robledo and did not commence until 9:00 P.M. at the village’s other restaurant, also opened especially for a meal for our little group of ten on a ...
Tuesday dawned clearer and warmer, good news for the long
hike planned for the day mostly along the ridge tops of the highest peaks in
the Sierra. I should point out that this was somewhat less dramatic than it
might sound. The peaks in the area are only about 900 meters (3,000 feet) and
the walk along the ridge was through woods and farms with only occasional good
vistas across the mountains. The last part of the hike ...
... but was able to stretch it out for two. It is a very photogenic spot.
Tomorrow I will take the afternoon bus back to Seville, about two hours and then in the morning head east about two hours to Ronda. I have been two hours west of Seville near the Portugese border. A few days in Ronda then on to Malaga and then north to Cordoba where I hope to have another workaway job. I hope ...