Hotel Alavera de los Banos
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We spent two nights in the small town of Ronda. It is truly a town on the edge, perched on a high bluff and inundated with deep gorges. Ronda is an ancient abode, dating back to the 6th century B.C. or before. Today, it is a beautiful village filled with stark white buildings and a delightful place to visit.
During the Spanish Inquisitions …
... come out the walls and the barrels so we were given a glass and told to help ourselves... Great concept. The sherry was nice!!!! Had quick lunch and walk around Ronda.... Pretty little town and nice mirror building. Arrived back in Seville to 41 degrees at 6pm... A bee line for our room, shower and aircon. Finished the day with a Spanish Flamenco show which was pretty energetic and quite amazing...the dancer and the ...
Friday we headed over to Puerto Banus to Steve and Ann's apartment for a BBQ after we had Sam run us to the local supermarket so we proud re stock Ellisa with all the liquids and heavy goods we needed for next few weeks. Good job done as we found Bacardi lemon, Sals favourite drink so the boat is now significantly heavier, Saturday was Sals Birthday so after a lazy brunch a shore, Sal heads off ...
We left a little late this morning since 3 of our travelers weren't on the bus in time. Very rude. The weather today is perfect. On the way to Ronda, we stopped at the ranch owned by a matador, Rafael Tejada. He is 38 and had been a successful civil engineer. 4 years ago he realized his dream and bought this 500-acre ranch near Ronda. He became a matador and also began raising the bulls for the bullfights. He is a self-taught matador and trained himself at night while he was ...
... suddenly making the center of Ronda into a hell for about four
hours. Then they all get back in the buses and head onwards to the next site.
As best I can tell there aren’t any major sites to visit in
Ronda. There are certainly several minor museums and some churches and historic
sites that don’t stand out as particularly noteworthy. A visit to Ronda is more
about the town’s physical beauty, scenery, and very Spanish (once the group
tours have ...