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Leaving the coastline of the Mediterranean, we gained altitude rather quickly. The views were beautiful -- and admittedly, it was nice to be out of the large city! We wound our way up the mountain road, and in no time we were coming into Ronda. Like Granada, Ronda has an old city and a new city. The old city streets are very small, windy, and not …
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After that we drove over the hill to a little town called Osuna, the ancestral seat of the dukes of that name, which we had read about. Another fascinating old hill town, with a huge church-cum-palace on the hill top and an ancient university building (one of the first in Spain) alongside. It was a very steep and exhausting walk up to this, and disappointing when we got to the top to find ...
... The bands and audience were depleted by illness but the performance was still good and a great time was had by all. As midnight approached everyone congregated in the main bar area in front of the television, which traditionally shows the Madrid Puerto del Sol clock (the equivalent of our Big Ben). We were all issued with twelve grapes by the bar staff, then as the clock strikes twelve times we had to swallow a grape on ...
... views back on the town. The drive back along the twisty mountain roads offer spectacular views of the Rock of Gibraltar and the Rif Mountains in Morocco. The sunset near to Pete and Pam's is also a sight to behold and worth stopping the car to get some photos to recall the ...
... wonder. Ronda itself is famous for La Puente Nuevo (the New Bridge) built in the 1700's, and the oldest, most famous bullring in Spain. We didn't visit the bullring, but the bridge is amazing. It spans a gorge that's over 330 feet deep. This is where we enjoyed our first truly Spanish meals of tapas, paellas and a tomato ensalada, complete with café con leche. And of course, Jen and I began our sangria tasting tour of the Costa De Sol.