Villa Turistica de Cazorla
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We have travelled to Ubeda because a couple 10days ago in Carcassonne told us it was a fabulously pretty town Thankfully we agree!! Today Sharpie drove for 580 kilometres which took us 61/2 hours on great non toll Spanish roads. We had a lunch break in Córdoba in an industrial type area - it wasn't too bad - thought all the big signs indicated a shopping centre and we wanted something quick!! Arrived in Ubeda around ...
... was a tease to have a fountain at a winery with free wine but sadly it was only 8am. We did take a sip. The ancient churches are always perched on hilltops making us wonder how they managed these architectural feats. We survived our first bout of rain for an hour today but the temperature was moderate all day making walking very tolerable. Feet are swollen and sore by bedtime, thank goodness for anti inflammatory ...
In the morning, the boys had some yummy eggy bread for breakfast with maple syrup. Then it was time to drive to Lake Negratin. The boys also did some great drawings before we set off. We drove past Baza through the Sierra de Baza National Park. On the way, we went up Mount Jabalcon. Ben thought the mountains were very rocky but beautiful. Unfortunately Jonny felt a bit sick ...
We woke up in our cave. The cave was cool compared to outside. We had pancakes made by Aunty Bel for breakfast and some apple. Then it was time to go to the pool. The water in the pool was cold but the air was very hot so the pool was very refreshing. After sandwiches for lunch, we went to visit Baza. In Baza, the boys went to the park which was shaped like a maze and played in a playground. Then it was time for ice cream! Ben had ...
Today we cut out of Granada after a simple breakfast of toast with mashed tomato on top. Alex had done a job on the route map over night and a simple 200 K run turned out to be a major effort up in the mountains covering more than 40 K of forestry tacks. After traversing some rich farmland, we found ourselves winding through narrow country lanes. Fellow ...