Andalusia help

Jul 28th, 2007, 07:16 AM
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Andalusia help

Sunrise and sunset hours in Andalusia in October. (1)
what's The fuel cost of 1 liter petrol /diesel for car (2)
Garganta del Chorro-is it allowed to cross the bridge or is it closed. 3)
Is there another view point.
- from Ronda,Coin,Mijas -How long takes to reach Garganta del Chorro
Timetable of ferry from Algeciras to Ceute in october .(4)
Nerja-to look inside the cave-can I do it privately or in groop. (5)
Is the road to Pico Valeta open in October? (6
Tour in Alpujarras: .(7
Is the way: Pampaneira,Bubion,Capileira
The recommended way.
What's about the way direction Puerto de la Ragua,and more east- direction Gador.
)Park Cazorla-can It be driven in October
8) Which engine search map for planning a tour is reliable and recommended?
Thanks in advance.

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Jul 28th, 2007, 07:46 AM
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3) the bridge and the full camino del,Rey is closed, and the lane is missing in some parts.
8) I recommend
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Jul 28th, 2007, 10:20 AM
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Jul 30th, 2007, 08:38 AM
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I travelled through Las Alpujarras a few years ago in a bus that went through Pampaneira and Bubion to Capileira - it was absolutely gorgeous, and it was the most terrifying ride I've ever been on. It is a wonderful region to visit, but I (for one) would not want to drive those roads. If you do, please remember that many of the turns are blind and that busses must cross out of their lanes to make the turns. Hope that helps!
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Jul 30th, 2007, 11:49 AM
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thank you kja for your help
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