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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... who had had some one on one training with Lyndon for half an hour and a discussion was had as to whether the group would be split up or remain as one.
We stayed together but the A-Team would be doing some extra stuff and the Pink team as we were now called would do the slightly easier climbs. Paul, Matt and Steve were permanent members of the A-Team with Billy and Sam occasional participants but also made guest appearances in the Pink team ...
... house, with a small village towards the back of it, protected by the walls. Exhausted at the top we discovered that they had installed an elevator that would take you all the way up. Joy. The walkway from the back of the palace to the path leading to the Spanish castle was closed (not sure if due to repairs or because of Easter weekend), so we took the elevator down to the street level. It was like a 30 story elevator with no stops in the middle, it felt like going down ...
... of the most celebrated religious traditions in this part of Spain that people from all over the world come to see. Of course I was smack dab in the middle of it and found myself lured in by the creepy costumes, the booming of the drums, the blaring of the trumpets, the intense almost nauseating smell of sacred incense and the ornately decorated and elaborately constructed religious "pasos" or floats ...
... of the renovated museums, the first class road system, the number of new high speed train lines being built everywhere, it is no wonder Spain is bankrupt. But during the course of Spain's history it has gone bankrupt a number of times and reneged on its debts even more, so it knows how to deal with it. The museum contained mainly local relics, but given the length of Antequera’s history this was a huge sample. Strangely ...
... around in objectionable limestone, I notice a slight discoloration on a line of rocks below. This, around here, is what constitutes a path. "Line of least resistance" is probably a better description than "path", but at least a decent rate of progress can now be maintained, providing we keep looking for limestone which is light brown, rather than grey.
After a bit, it becomes clear which of the various peaks above us is Cruz de Camarolos. The views ...