Villa Turistica de Cazorla
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While up once in the night, awoke with Keith's alarm c 0645. Ablutions and computer time filled the bill until 0730 brekkie.The coffee was brewed but rather weak. Tried a chorizo pate spread [whatever its name] along with some cheeses, meats and juices. Didn't want to eat a good deal as heading off on a walk.
Our very large sandwiches [3. …
Got up after 0600 for ablutions and some computer time. Still had to finish packing as we said adios to Cordoba today.
0730 brekkie was similar to yesterday. Another cup of coffee probably would have been a good idea [in addition to the two I had].
0845 set off to cross the Roman bridge as that is where we picked up Juan and our …
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 ...
... we could see. Ubeda is another one of those towns where even though it is small and compact you can get utterly lost after two blocks. There are either 38 cathedrals in the town, or we have passed the same one… a lot. I’m kidding of course, but there are, according to the map, at least 50 worthy monuments in this thimble of a pueblo. And they all cost 4e to get into. And each one of them has a gift shop that you have to pass through either on ...
... correspond to
morning and afternoon as most of us know it. Manana is like the first opening
time of day for businesses and runs until 1:00 or 2:00 P.M. when things break
for a while for lunch and siesta. The tarde runs from around 4:00 or 5:00 to
around 8:00 or 9:00. Anwway, I was in Baeza for the very quiet tarde before
heading back to Jaen for the night. I’m glad I visited Baeza second for ...