Hotel El Eden
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... leaf. And then all of a sudden the wind kicked up even more and poor Lily got sand blasted by the gravel. Not sure what to do, I kept thinking that the wind would die down. Every time I though we were through the worst of it, the wind came back with vengeance. So, with Lily being shaken this way and that and bravely standing fast against the raging storm outside I became a total gibbering mess!! There were tears, shortly followed by screaming and shouting at I don't know who to ...
16km hike after rest day...yeah we are hard core!
The second of our hikes in the Sierra Nevada (real) mountain range, we felt we were experts at navigating to the start. Which can be an issue.
This one should be a fantastic no brainer on the driving front, straight out from our apartment, no through city many roundabout, fake exit, multi crosswalk, narrow street gps fail issues...just straight ...
... the damn La Zubia sign!
Relieved to be at the carpark/restaurant start point as per the instructions on the website we set off. It was still a 1km walk to the 'real' start but the guide said driving was not advisable as the road could be dodgy..so we walked. The road in reality is fine. Oh well, we needed the warm up before going 'up.
Even the start point to this walk is amazing...from the picnic area ...
The roads were twisty and the amount of tunnels I went through were astounding. We arrived at the Marina and parked up then went to find the harbour masters office to pay him to stay. We paid for 2 nights and Wifi but soon realised we could only put it on to one computer which was a pain as we all wanted access, however we worked it out between us all and we managed to complete what ...
... priced—but I’m not sure that I want to stay the night here—even though the fellow tells me that there will be bonfires and partying down at the beach 9 kilometers away to celebrate “Dia de San Juan”, a summer equinox celebration that dates back to pagan times. I’d kind of like to see if I can fit in one more town today.
But first I’ve got to find the center of town and the skyscraper is definitely not it—so ...