Apartamentos Torre de la Plata
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... 8230; free sangria is the best
sangria. We decided that after the flamenco we wanted to go to a disco, so we
googled it on Sebs phone and went on a quest to find ‘discoteca boss’. It was
great because it was in the direction of our apartment. We walked along the
river and in the process of finding the disco we bar hopped to all these small
bars that offered cheap chupitos and a lively atmosphere. After bar hopping for
a few hours we figured out ...
... were only two tickets left on the last bus. Oops. The bus ride lasted 6 hours and according to the website, there was free wifi and air conditioning. This was a total joke. First off, there was no wifi, whatsoever, so the website lied. Great. The air conditioning had to be turned on by the bus driver per request, and he only left it on for about 5 minutes at a time. Also, there was no bathroom on the bus. On a 6 hour bus ride. So we stopped at this tiny cafe that ...
... and there was not a soul in sight! Apparently, they discontinue the English mass in the off season. So, we keyed the address of the Catholic Church in Ronda into our our apps map and headed up that way in hope there would be a Mass for us to attend. The road to Ronda is a steep, windy road that took us through the gorgeous Sierra Bermeja mountain range, which is being considered as another of Spain's national parks, because of its very rare red peridotite rocks and as well ...
... our way back to the hotel via the shopping streets and plazas, I muse about the apparent absence of barber shops. At the hotel the receptionist tells us the best time for tomorrow to visit the Alcazar. It fits in nicely with our proposed timetable of laundry (the location of which is put as an "x" on our city map by the receptionist) and sightseeing time prior to readying ourselves for a pre-arranged dinner engagement with friends travelling Spain in the ...
... time to walk some of the streets of this ancient town and see the foundations of homes and the baths.
The Amphitheatre was built to seat 20,000 to 25,000 spectators - even though the population of the town would have been only 8,000.
A walk through the city took us down narrow winding streets with several opportunities to ...