Finca Los Pastores
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... culture and countryside, which he says is totally different to what he’s used to up in Catalunya. Along the way we have an interesting discussion on the quest for independence in Catalunya-- he seems to have a good grasp of both points of view on the matter and feels that independence would be a stupid move… but on the other hand, economic differences between the different regions in Spain definitely need to be dealt with. Jimena starts out boring, ...
... between Cordoba and Mallaga where rocky mountains and hills filled with olive trees dominated the landscape. We reached the Mediterranean Sea at Mallaga from where we took the coastal road down to Sotogrande.
No real problems today, except our check engine light keeps showing up, only to disappear again after some time. We did a quick check and since we can not find anything unusual and the engine is running perfectly smooth, we assume it must ...
... very little Moorish stuff though. However there were two big exhibitions of works by two local artists, Cristobal Toral and Jose Maria Fernandez. About the latter I can tell you nothing other than he has a numbers of awards and scholarships named after him as well as a local college. Cristobal Toral though was very interesting. Born 1940, many of his paintings are quite Dali-esque and many feature suitcases. Make of that what you ...
... just coz we could but did wander for a lateish breaky before a visit to the Ronda Bull Ring constructed in the late 1700's with its first event held in 1785. Ronda is the home of the modern bullfight and a series of bullfights are held here in the first week of each September. For the rest of the year, the site is the haven for tourists who wander the site and attend the on-site bull fighting museum.
They had a few fighting bulls held in a pen for display purposes creating ...
We decided to ease into our Spanish excursion with a short day trip to Ronda. We had heard about the gorge and bridge and wanted to see it for ourselves. As it turns out, the Puente Nuevo "New Bridge" is much more than a misnomer. It is almost 300 years old and absolutely massive! It took 42 years to complete and spans the gorge known as El Tajo which is nearly 400 feet deep. It was amazing to see it in person! Much ...