Casa Pino Solo
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at a table outside. Our neighbours are friendly although it is next to impossible to communicate without playing charades and smiling a lot. We are certainly a novelty and possibly the only Canadians ever seen in the village. The casa has plenty of room to spread out and having stayed in different types of accommodation over the last two months we feel we know where our comfort level is with respect to livable space ...
... mile long just got lost in the intriguing description of our rental. Well, a track is actually a donkey path, one that has been widened to one narrow lane and zig-zags upwards to a residence on the mountainside. The hills are dotted with homes each with its own track. We had excellent directions and when we turned off the main road onto the dirt track we were excited to finally see the place where we would settle in for ...
... rural scenic route. We found the French countryside to be less green and lush in comparison to the English countryside but still pretty even though it wasn't a bright day. We arrived in Nevers at our B+B in plenty of time to relax before supper and walk around the neighbourhood. Nevers is an old city dating back to Roman times sitting on the banks of the Loire river with narrow winding streets that lead ...
... better connection. So, Greg ended up building a make-shift standing desk with 4 night stands/side tables! hahaha, it looks so ghetto, but who cares, it works! :)
Oh yeah, it was definitely nice to take a good warm shower finally... :) It seems we always had some issues with showers in this trip. Either not enough water pressure, ***********trol temperature (super hot or ice cold), etc. But still better than water showers (no option for hot water) in Nicaragua. :)
... Hoyo del Toro, 3.3km". Hoyo del Toro, translated literally, means "Hole of the Bull" - in view of the number of caves in this area, where limestone predominates, this would no doubt be a cave, but hopefully the footpath would also lead me up the mountain above the railway line. Whatever - it certainly looks worth doing.
So I'm off to Ventas on a dry, but rather dull morning and am soon making good progress back along the old railway line towards Periana. It's ...