Hospederia Colon Antequera
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... same wherever you are.
When a ship docks all passengers will be given a time by which they must be back on board. This time is very clearly displayed as you exit and no one has an excuse for being late. But fortunately some people think it does not apply to them, or they misjudge the amount of time needed to return to the ship from wherever they are. And thus starts the Malaga Marathon.
The rules for spectators are very simple. Place yourself in a ...
... it passes somewhere to the north of Lucena Town Centre, running roughly east to west. So I'm expecting to have a little difficulty finding it. But when I get to an area of factories and retail outlets on the north side of Lucena, I park the car for a look round and find that I've stopped right next to a sign indicating that the Via Verde is right here! A fantastic stroke of luck, which may well have saved me a frustrating search.
... with a rental car.
It also turned out to be another fairly long walk uphill
from the train station to the town center. But a year ago I was hiking the
Annapurna trek so I shouldn’t be moaning about having to walk up a hill on a
city street while carrying my backpack. Maybe that contributed to my not
especially positive initial impression of the town.
Like many towns in Spain, Antequera has a rich ...
... that Tom's watch has been set one hour slow for the last two weeks! After a good laugh, we decided that this is the way to be relaxed while on holiday. The only reason we needed to know the exact time was because we had a lunch reservation for 1pm, at a very nice local hotel, Valparaiso. It is an Italian restaurant, delicious food and excellent personal service - the owner of 30 years gave me a rose as we left. So ...
... a (en route), we reached the Sierra Nevada area fairly easily. The views along the motorways are beautiful, and that isn't something you would expect. The terrain changes from green to desert and then to vast mountains. One beautiful site is the Embalse de Rules (reservoir) as well as the Puente de Lata (bridge), which is worth a stop prior to arriving in Granada.