Hotel Alavera de los Banos
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today we head for Ronda, but first we visited the beautiful Alhambra Palace, situated at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. We even saw snow on top! The palace dates back to the 14th century. Staying at another gorgeous parador right in the centre of town, and what a town it is! Perched precariously on a cliff top it is magnificent with lots of little laneways and hills. Fabulous shops and an interesting bull ring just up the road. The museum there ...
At the Granada train station, we boarded the bus (yes, the bus), arriving 1.5 hours later at a massive ultra-modern train station in the middle of nowhere. Here we waited for a train from somewhere that was running late. One hour later we arrived in Ronda, in the White Hills of Andalucía. Being forward thinking, I marched down the street to purchase bus tickets for our trip the next day to Arcos de la Fronterra. (Given that there was only one bus the ...
... Nuevo or new bridge, built between 1751 and 1793. This is what we came to see and I hope the photos do it justice. After spending sometime in awe of the scenery and the bridge we walked into the old part to visit a garden and the remains of an Arab Fortress. We ventured down into the hidden mine of the fortress with its 300 steps to about halfway and turned around. Too many steps for me. Need to save the ...
I almost didn't go into the centre of Ronda when I couldn't find anything interesting to see after having parked my car.
It turned out Ronda was much bigger than I expected. Luckily I decided to go back to the car, find the centre, and park there... ...
... doubled on the way back up, but we eventually emerged at the top and all compared racing heartbeats. The afternoon was spent packing and planning our route some more, and fortunately when I ventured back into town the clothes were all clean, dry and folded. Nothing to stop us now. Tomorrow we would take a train to Algeciras, the port from which we would catch the ferry the following morning. First though we would spend an afternoon in ...