Hotel Arco de la Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Andalucía, Spain and the EU and behind it is a 11th C Moorish Castle where Isabel and Ferdinand held their Reconquista strategy meetings. It's now privately owned. To the right of the Parador is the Church of Santa Maria, built in the 13th century atop a mosque. The bell tower was destroyed in the 1755 earthquake and the town had planned to replace it with the grandest tower in all of Andalucía, but they ran out of money, so it has a chopped off ...
... kinases towards our picnic! we parked up in El gasto whee, as the name might suggest! we ate well on fried chicken and chips and slept until the morning sun beckoned and we made coffees on the benches outside. the allotments below us where bursting with veg and ingeniously positioned tiles, to slow the water and allow it to soak into the soil. Distinctive red plastic mop handles held up wires for the beans. The early hot spell must have taken the locals ...
... altitude quickly and most of the trail was over limestone cliffs without clearly marked directions. We had planned on eating breakfast, hiking for two hours, and then getting back to the hotel by 10 am to shower and get ready to go to Granada. We made it back (barely) at 12:30 and had to pack up quick so they could clean our room for the next guests. We were worn out, hot and sweaty, and very happy. One of our favorite places in ...
... width (so maybe made from one of the "Italian eggplants") covered in breadcrumbs, fried, and then drizzled in honey. It came out quite well, but what doesn't after being fried and drizzled in honey? The area for the hotel was beautiful and it looked like some other guests were there to go walking in the nearby national park we'd cycled through. What we realized the next day is that several other guests were also there as part of the Andalusian Cycling Experience.
The job also entails telling them of local watering holes...places of interest and organising trips to Morrocco!
The first clients of the season arrive today.
Meanwhile, Darkie has gone, pre dawn, armed with bush saw..to help cut a trck over a mountaintop near Ronda. Why? To enable a friend to take horsetreks along an old smugglers path.
Nevr a dull moment.