A visit to Antequerra

Saturday, 19 July 2014

Antequerra is a town about 1 hour away by bus from the school. It has a very interesting stones mountain called El Torcal.

I went there with an organised tour by the school. I paid €35 for the trip.

The views along the way was nice, the El Torcal itself was nice but the town was pretty boring.

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The timetable of the tour more or less was:
9 AM (9.30 Club Hispanico time) – left for Antequerra

10.30 ish:
Went up El Torcal, sight seeing for about 10 min, sitting in a coffee shop for around 30 min & went to a church. They saw us a video on how the church was built.

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Some photos from the church visit:

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1.30 ish – free time until 3.20 pm

We had lunch in a local restaurant. The food was really nice.

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Then we went to see shelters built in Manga time.

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We arrived at the school around 6 pm.

It was worth it to see Antequerra. I’ll be coming back with The Husband when he comes to Spain in August.

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